MINIMALIST LOUNGEWEAR

minimalist loungewear

My loungewear collection includes 5 pieces that are not counted in any of my Project 333 capsules. Since I have shared all my capsules on my channel already, I thought it might be of interest to see what isn’t included as well.

Before reading Marie Kondo’s book, The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up, I used to save worn out clothes to wear around the house, for working out or to wear to bed. Jennifer L. Scott also shares about the importance of having presentable pajamas in her book, Lessons from Madame Chic. If you haven’t had a chance to read either of these books, they are both highly recommended!

To avoid the guilt of getting rid of something that had stains, didn’t fit or was too worn I was instead taking on the guilt of constantly looking less than my best at home. This inevitably was affecting my own perception of myself and I am a lot more confident since quitting this bad habit. I thought I was just being thrifty, little did I know it was costing me so much.

Everything in this loungewear collection was purchased consciously with the intention of being something that I can wear around the house and still feel somewhat chic. I wanted to be able to not wear a bra and still be modest. I wanted it to be comfortable. I didn’t want to be embarrassed if someone rang the doorbell. Overall, I am pretty happy with my choices and don’t feel like I have to hide anymore.

I do wear all these pieces to bed because they are that comfortable. Whether or not I will eventually find some dedicated pajamas I am not sure. Right now this collection works very well for me.

COLLECTION

  • 2 mesh camisoles,  1 black and one gray, MUJI
  • 1 pair merino wool villa pants, black, ICEBREAKERS
  • 1 linen blend stole cardigan, black, UNIQLO
  • 1 pair slippers, gray, MUJI

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All 5 pieces of loungewear are showcased in the below video:

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