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A year of pandemic dressing: 8 ways our style changed in quarantine

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed a great deal about our lives, from how we shop to how we work out. It’s also changed how we dress. Since a significant number of us spent such a large amount the last year quarantined at home, gone were the times of business relaxed wear for the workplace and dressy outfits for night outs.

All things considered, we opted for comfier, around-the-house choices, from comfortable loungewear to laid-back shoes. And, no round-up of pandemic fashion would be finished without face masks, which have turned into a definitive, essential accessory of the previous year.

We’ve gathered together eight of the most mainstream style drifts that were brought into the world from quarantine, some of which we expect will proceed long into what’s to come.

1.    Loungewear

Loungewear, the much more loosened-up cousin of athleisure, was probably the most blazing item of 2020, and it keeps on being popular in 2021. Regardless of whether it’s a Lou and Gray coordinating with a comfortable pair of joggers, loungewear turned into the new stay-at-home uniform.

2.    Slippers

For a considerable lot of us, investing more energy at home implied returning our heels and dress shoes to the back of the closet and choosing comfortable shoes over all others. They turned out to be so desired around the holidays of the year that many styles sold out. Ugg shoes specifically have been on everyone’s must-haves. People who have tried Ugg Fluff Yeah, have left great reviews about them on Amazon, and raves they’re pretty much as delicate and agreeable as everybody says and worth each penny.

3.    ACTIVE wear

When exercise centers shut last year because of the pandemic, home exercises and virtual wellness classes detonated in prevalence. With them, came an increment in sports clothing deals. While there are a lot of stunning brands out there for exercise enthusiasts, a portion of the top choices was Athleta, Alo Yoga, and Lululemon.

4. Face masks

 These days, we never venture out from home without a face cover. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) keeps on prescribing individuals wear a face covering to forestall the spread of COVID-19 as states proceed to resume and in any event, for those who’ve been inoculated.

5.    Sneakers

Our clothes aren’t the solitary things that have become more easygoing during the pandemic—so have our accessories, specifically our shoes. Tennis shoes from brands like Adidas (the Stan Smiths are still smashing hits), Allbirds, and Meghan Markle-supported Veja have been all over online media.

6.    Pajamas

Pajamas are no longer just for sleeping. Thanks to quarantine, they’ve become appropriate for lounging around the house, working from home, and, in the case of celebrities like Jennifer Aniston and Jodie Foster, attending awards ceremonies

7.    Tie-dyed fabrics

Tie-dye took off at the beginning of the pandemic when we were all looking for ways to stay entertained at home. Not only did tie-dye kits sell out at almost every retailer, but we saw a surge of tie-dye everything, from loungewear to sneakers to T-shirts. If you want to try it for yourself, our experts wrote a handy step-by-step guide on how to tie-dye your clothes.

8.    Zoom’ tops

Sure, loungewear and pajamas are great when you have nowhere to go, but they aren’t exactly great for video meetings with your boss and coworkers. (A hoodie or silk PJ set do not scream “I’m a professional.”) Enter Zoom tops, which are, yes, shirts that are appropriate for Zoom video calls. The key is finding something that’s polished yet comfortable.

Original reference link: 8 ways the coronavirus pandemic changed style and fashion trends(usatoday.com)

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