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Fashion

the cool girl’s guide to lazy-day styles

pass the remote

Some days (okay, most days), you just don’t feel like getting out of bed. But when you’re feeling so lazy that even getting properly dressed seems like a chore, don’t worry—we've got you covered.

There’s a total art to lazy-day dressing. You want something soft and comfortable enough that you can curl up on your couch without getting those weird clothing indents, but something stylish enough that you don’t have to fear for your dignity if you have to go out and run a quick errand. Stick with easy, free-flowing dresses, tops, and bottoms in neutral colors to maximize your lazy-day wardrobe and minimize your time spent thinking.

Flip through the gallery to check out some of our favorite tips for lazy-day dressing, and shop all the looks here at NYLONshop. In the meantime, we’re going to be staring at the remote on the other side of the room, willing it to move closer.

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A basic black shirt will match every bottom you have, but the little bit of detail stops the top from feeling too boring. NYCT, 90's Tee, $24, available here.

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We love how the cactus makes a statement without compromising the outfit's comfort level. Syd and Mallory, Prickly Tits Dress, $65, available here.

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We <3 jersey on lazy days because it's super-soft and doesn't wrinkle. Nana Judy, Salt N Pepper Dress, $85, available here.

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A large graphic draws all the attention to your dress (meaning you don't have to worry about picking out accessories). KILLSTAR, Serpent Maxi Dress, $86, available here.

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The best thing about maxi-dresses is that you can curl up without flashing anybody. Bohemian Bones, Crystal Tie Dye Maxi Dress, $158, available here.

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Or just say "Screw it," because there's nothing wrong with broadcasting the fact that you really just don't care. Batoko, Energy Saving Mode Tee, $45, available here.