These Comfy SoCal-Designed Staples Will Help You Work From Home in Style

Adjusting to a new normal doesn't have to be uncomfortable.

Photo: Madhappy

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In our current era of social distancing, adjusting to a new normal doesn't have to be uncomfortable — at least where your wardrobe is concerned. Maybe you're new to the work-from-home world, or you're in need of cozy loungewear that's also acceptable for greeting intrepid Instacart or Postmates deliverers at your door (don't forget to select contact-free drop off, please!)

Whatever the case, we've rounded up comfortable staples that will keep you looking stylish (even if it's just for your partner, pets, or house plants) while supporting L.A. designers, brands, and boutiques. See our favorites from labels like Reformation, Madhappy, Parachute, Rachel Pally, and more, and stay tuned as we'll be sharing more picks for your home office, self-care routine, and more.

A helpful reminder to see the glass as half-full, courtesy of optimistic L.A. label Madhappy.

You can't go wrong with Silver Lake-based The Odells' puff-sleeved sweater, which comes in a neutral, goes-with-everything hue.

This relaxed, boxy-fit dress by Mate is made of comfy cotton slub fabric (and you might just want to wear it to bed).

Cult-cool luxury label A.L.C. and chic lifestyle brand Parachute joined forces on an impossibly cool runway-ready sleepwear collaboration, which just happens to be on sale.

This effortless sleeveless crew neck tee by Richer Poorer is easy on your wallet and comes in an array of versatile shades. (Buy one or five!)

Venice-based men's label Buck Mason is known for its affordable essentials, including this breathable, lightweight henley that's perfect for layering.

Effortless L.A. essentials brand Entireworld (founded by former Band of Outsiders creative director, Scott Sternberg) created an exclusive capsule of comfy sweaters, tees, and more women's and men's pieces for Nordstrom, where it recently popped up.

Now's not the time to be gathering at a beachside bonfire bash — but you can daydream about future seaside soirées while sporting Outerknown's super-soft and sustainable sweats, which are spun from eco-friendly hemp.

There's still time to score 25% off everything from L.A. designer Rachel Pally, including these breezy linen pants — just use code LOVE25 for 25% off through March 24.

Errand-ready sleepwear is what Santa Monica-based loungewear brand Lunya does best — so if you need to make a quick run to your mailbox, you won't have to change out of these ultra-comfy joggers.

These cheetah print pieces by LNA — which just happen to be on sale — will keep your basics kit from looking too neutral. (And if you've been too shy to play with patterns, now's the time to try it at home first.)

Reformation has channeled the sportiness of the '70s into these sustainable shorts, which come in navy and vintage white options.

These vintage-inspired pants by colorful brand Big Bud Press are high-waisted with a loose fit for a casual silhouette that can be dressed up for when we're all ready to head back into the office.

Stockholm-born brand Happy Socks splits its time between Silver Lake and its Scandinavian motherland — and these cheeky accessories are one part foot-warmers, one part mood lifters. Those who aren't feline folks can opt for socks with canines, bananas, or toucans, to name a few other whimsical options.

What's better than pampering your feet in ethically-sourced Mongolian goat cashmere slippers? Knowing that said steppers also support a good cause: Naked Cashmere donates $25 from the sale of each pair to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

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