8 Loungewear Brands I’ve Lived in During Quarantine

Whether we’re at home or out on the road, I am not taking off my comfy clothes anytime soon. There isn’t really a good reason to dress up right now, other than remembering what it’s like to wear heels, makeup, or even a pair of denim. Maybe I’m just speaking for myself, but I’ve definitely been living in loungewear on repeat. And even though part of me is excited to feel more human again (one day!), it’s safe to say that I’ve become a big fan of comfortable clothing.

Here are 8 loungewear brands I’ve lived in during quarantine over the past four months. What about you? Have you found comfy pieces that you don’t want to take off? Please share in the comments!


I am obsessed with this brand. They make pieces that are eco-friendly and so incredibly comfortable. I love that they are basic staples—no crazy patterns, no wild colors, just great basics. My pants in the picture for this post are sadly sold out, but these pants are another great option. This top is also super cozy.

Eddie Bauer 

I love a piece that is casual and can be worn outside and in. Eddie Bauer creates classic staples that are rugged enough for the outdoors and cozy enough to sleep in. I adore these fleece joggers and supersoft hoodie


These classic pajama sets are exactly what the doctor ordered. They are the best pieces to wear whether you are stuck at home or drifting off to sleep.

Raquel Allegra

I was hooked the moment I saw these tie dyed prints. I love this brand for its fun colors and comfort factor. I love that she has similar prints across all products from pants to jumpsuits.  Each one is individual, fun, stylish and incredibly comfortable. I will certainly still be wearing this after quarantining is over.  

Desmond and Dempsey 

I mean if you can’t dress up during the day, why not dress up your sleepwear? I love love love the prints on this brand’s pajama sets, like this one. They are so sweet and fun at the same time.


If you follow along with my journey, you know that Outerknown is a staple in my closet. I love their stance on creating sustainable clothing and not compromising on quality. These pants are one of the most comfortable things I own. I usually pair them with a chambray shirt if I plan on going out or with a form-fitting tank like this one if I am laying low around the house.

Tommy John

Tommy John makes incredibly comfortable products, like these sporty pants and this great tank. I have been a huge fan of their underwear for a long time, and their loungewear is almost better. They have so many colors and styles to choose from and each one is soft and buttery. It’s the type of clothing that you don’t want to take off.


I love this hoodie and what it stands for. Chyla Anderson launched this apparel line last year because she didn’t feel represented or seen as a black woman in the outdoor space. Her line of comfy tees, sweatshirts, and hoodies are all made with the mission and belief that “we all belong outdoors and outdoors, we all belong.”



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  • Sabrina Travers

    You did an IG post ad about Tommy John joggers not long ago. Well I bought a pair and I feel like I just started living life once I got them! They’re SO comfy, I sleep in them but want to be in them 24/7. I got plain black though so if I do a coffee run and don’t want to get dressed at least I’m in them. Thank you Gen!

  • Sara Lazarony

    I already lived in sweatpants or activewear before quarantine, does that make me a hipster? 😂
    I loveeeeeee me some Old Navy. I’m weirdly between sizes, but all their clothes stretch just enough to be super comfortable. My Tentree and TWLOHA hoodies I wear literally every day during the cold months, I’m obsessed with how soft they are!

  • Adrienne Rogerson

    I LOVE Eberjey pajamas! Wearing the mermaid printed ones right now! Super comfy knitwear 🙂

    • Stephanie

      Do you know of any loungewear that sells talls? I’m a 6’0″ female, but am all arms and legs. Can never find clothes that actually look like they fit. Help please!

  • Kim Jacobs

    YOu look great in whatever you wear!
    Have you considered creating a collective where you promote designers from diverse backgrounds just starting out? If their clothing was kept affordable it would give them a platform to become known and make some money, and many of your followers would surely support them.

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