What We’re Wearing

Lounging at Home

What We’re Wearing

Lounging
at Home

With the best stuff, there’s even less incentive to go out

Men's lounging at home outfit inspiration

Summer’s coming to an end, and with it comes “doing stuff” burnout. Even more importantly, the Delta variant has solidly imposed itself as a credible threat even to us vaccinated folk, so be careful out there, y'all. We're taking this time to recalibrate, recuperate and generally stay safe—all in the comfort of our own homes. It might not sound so fun at first (come on, we've been inside for a year!), but recharging the old social battery is an unfamiliar necessity now. As is keeping your fellow man virus-free. Hey, there are far worse things than lounging on the couch.

Now, we're not proposing that you just do nothing (you did that earlier in the summer, remember). There are plenty of things to tackle in the comfort of your own abode. That house project you never got around to, for example, or catching up on some work. Neither sound appealing? We recommend you get on the self-improvement train. Meditation is a practice that keeps on giving, and a good home workout provides countless benefits. Mental stimulation is equally important to a well-rounded routine, but that doesn't have to mean a stiff manual or boring encyclopedia. There are other ways to engage the brain, like some classic video gaming on a new system, or catering to your inner film buff.

Of course, being at home affords you some pretty sweet options when it comes to dressing the part. No need for buttoned-up looks or stiff office outfits—sweats are the way to go. While it may seem counterintuitive, don't skimp out on your loungewear. After all, if you're lounging, you want to actually be comfortable, right? Slide into some slip-ons for those outdoor errands and activities. Clogs are always an especially great option to add just a bit of class to a low-key fit. Just wear what feels most comfortable to you. Or take our advice below.

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Your At-Home Kit

Men's lounging outfit inspiration
Birkenstock Suede Leather Boston

Suede leather boston,
$135 by Birkenstock

Only NY Leopard Socks

Leopard socks,
$16 by Only NY

Taylor Stitch Apres Pant

Après pant,
$118 by Taylor Stitch

Sauri Marciano Hoodie

Marciano hoodie,
$82 by Sauri

Tekla Stussy Hooded Bathrobe

Stüssy hooded bathrobe,
$130 by Tekla

Hyperice Core Meditation Trainer

Core meditation trainer,
$179 by Hyperice

Nintendo Switch Lite

Switch Lite,
$199.99 by Nintendo

The Mirror

The Mirror,
$1,495 / $1,445 by Mirror

Your At-Home Kit

Men's lounging outfit inspiration

Suede
leather boston,
$135 by Birkenstock

 
 

Leopard socks,
$16 by Only NY

 

Après pant,
$118 by Taylor Stitch

Marciano hoodie,
$82 by Sauri

 
 

Stüssy
hooded bathrobe,
$130 by Tekla

Core meditation trainer,
$179 by Hyperice

 
 

Switch Lite,
$199.99 by Nintendo

The Mirror,
$1,495 / $1,445
by Mirror

 

Home care?
Try self-care.

The days of guys claiming they don’t have enough time to care for themselves is gone, and good riddance. After all, there’s nothing more gentlemanly than some glowing skin and a bit of advanced hygiene. A self-care regimen doesn’t have to be long, but a quality mask is an investment in your future handsomeness. Thank us later!

License to Chill face mask,
$34 by Anese

NOTE: Items featured in this story are independently selected by the editorial team. Purchasing via our links may earn Valet. a portion of the sale, which helps fund our editorial mission.

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