1. American Giant's The Pant ($78)
"The closest thing to pants that are not real pants," writes Karen Iorio Adelson at NYMag, these so-called treggings comfortably split the difference between workout leggings and jeans. Available in black and two near-blacks, they feature a structured, no-droop waistband and have a small front pocket. Buy it at American Giant.
2. Allbirds Wool Loungers ($95)
"If you want to feel like you're in slippers while actually wearing a perfectly presentable shoe, look no further," writes Madeline Diamond at Travel + Liesure. The newly redesigned and "impressively comfy" slip-on from the cult brand Allbirds is ready for anything, and available in both men's and women's styles. Buy it at Allbirds.
3. Rails Callie Jumpsuit ($109)
Jumpsuits will always be controversial, but they're "perfect for working from home" because they're comfortable and effortlessly stylish. Rails, a company known for its soft flannels, makes this cute jumpsuit from a lightweight linen blend. Buy it at Nordstrom.
4. Eberjey Quincy Icon Pajama Top ($88)
The dream is loose pajamas that look sharp enough to wear for a video conference, and this cotton-modal top inspired by French sailor shirts might just be the one. Paired with slippers, it'll make any workday "just a little more pleasant." Buy it at Eberjey.
5. Lululemon ABC Pant Classic ($128)
"Comfier than jeans and chinos yet far more formal than sweatpants," writes Louis Cheslaw at NYMag, these slim-cut men's trousers are made to be worn round the clock. Young Wall Streeters pair the navy option with a suit jacket, but they're stretchy enough to double as yoga pants or even pajamas. Buy it at Lululemon.
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