Because cute clothes and comfort are always key when you’re crying over deadlines.
Let’s be honest, it’s hard to be motivated for uni when you’re not actually going in.
Waking up to sit on your laptop for 7 hours just isn’t the same as getting up and ready to go into uni, seeing your course mates and hitting a coffee shop or spoons after.
One of the best ways to keep motivated and on top of uni work is by getting up and dressed for your lectures, even if you are doing them at a table in the corner of your box room in Hyson Green.
Something as simple as changing from one pair of trackies to another can switch your brain from Netflix mode to work mode.
Here at Platform we’ve teamed up with I Saw It First to bring your three affordable and uber comfy loungewear looks you can wear from Teams meetings to town!
The muted tones in this outfit make it perfect for autumn, with the front making it appear meeting appropriate, until you see the back.
The white, open back crop top (£20) is the perfect example of clothes you can wear from the library straight out. Chuck on a zip up hoodie for the day, and whip it off for evening.
Joggers are having a real moment and aren’t just for lounging about anymore. These sand joggers (£25) are a the perfect neutral to go with literally anything in your wardrobe, with the white tie detail adding a nice contrast to elevate the look.
If neutrals aren’t your thing, go for an orange moment to help brighten up your day.
For this look, we tied in the colours of the orange knit shorts from this co-ord set (£40, on sale for £12), with the colour of the text on this oversized sweatshirt (£10). We loved the graphics on this sweatshirt so much we styled it back to front to show it off even more.
Wide leg trousers are having a huge moment, and the slashed leg detail on these black joggers (£25) adds an edgy element to a wardrobe staple.
The great thing about these joggers is they don’t look like joggers – you could even get away with wearing them out out (if anywhere was open…)
The fitted tie-dye bodysuit (£12) contrasts nicely with the flow of the joggers. Tie dye was brought back big time over lockdown, and the neutral colours makes it a perfect transitional piece as we going through autumn.
By Lollie Hancock