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10 loungewear sets to keep you cosy this autumn

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1. Carcel Clothing

Imagined in Denmark and produced in Peru, by the hands of female prisoner employees, Carcel Clothing is a considered brand when comes to it's social and environmental impacts. Made from Baby Alpaca, the powder puff blue set is worn slightly oversized for the best fit and the tight square neckline brings an interesting detail into the loungewear co-ord.

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2. Victoria Beckham x Reebok

Launching the first collection early last year the brand collaboration has continued, marrying VB's London Cool with LA ultimate athleisurewear, reflected in the below loungewear set. The singlet and short combo is perfect for this transitional phase of Autumn, while we're still getting some warmth and our daily vitamin D fix, and the chunky defined rib helps to elevate the pieces.

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3. St. Agni

The longline chocolate set oozes chic comfort, with the tunic hemline finishing lower than a regular top or jumper to flatter the hip to thigh area and a small split detail for movement. The Enzo Pants are slightly flared at the bottom which creates a sense of formality in the otherwise casual structure of the knit set.

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4. McIntyre

Specialising in quality merino wool, the 5th generation wool farmers turn McIntyre CEO's have grown up in the trade, their collection is a colourful candy pop - using a mix of classic and interesting knits. This zesty set, Bella Jumper and Isa Pant, uses a variety knits to create different textures with the same piece - from honeycomb like to cable knit to more classic fine knit.

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5. Dion Lee

One of Australia's most successful and creative designers, Dion Lee, shows us a way to feel ultra feminine whilst wearing loungewear with this lilac knit crop top and pant co-ord. It's wide scoop neck make it wearable for those who may have more of a bust and the pants have a high rise so they can be worn high on the hip or lower down depending on your preference. The Pinnacle pants are pleated to flatter the curves of your body.

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6. Mango

My highstreet loungewear pick for the ultimate cosy WFH days. The oatmeal set is made from a marle yarn with specks of different shades making it perfect for all skin types - as more solid oatmeals can leave paler skin looking slightly washed out. The jumper neckline is somewhere in between a funnel and crewe neck, with oversized raglan sleeves getting tight towards the wrist.

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6. Cashmere in Love

The London based brand touts the perfect transeasonal loungewear co-ord for days when you may be more active but still want to rug up. The Mira knitted biker shorts are fully ribbed and Lexi Sweater has the same rib at the hem and cuffs for a natural looking blend of the two pieces.

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8. Scanlan Theodore

Perfect loungewear for minimalists, the pristine white loungewear pieces look ultra 'put together' for those days when you want to feel as though you've made an effort into the realm of your regular wardrobe but the comfort is still calling out. The jumper has a wide neck with a very wide banded collar giving it a premium looking detail. The pants are elasticated and flared so create a flattering shape, particularly for those who are more petite and want to add the illusion of some extra leg length.

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9. Filippa K

Throwing a crop top and skirt combo into the loungewear mix for those who are more partial. Filippa K is a go to Scandi designer for premium pieces worth investing in over time. The designs are always timeless with now details perfectly demonstrated in the below set with an interesting fake wrap detail created using the knit ribs. The loungewear outfit is also great for those WFH meetings, just chuck on an oversized shirt worn open and you're ready to go.

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10. Bassike

My go to basic staples, I mean, it's in the name - the oversized cashmere knit set is loungewear luxury for times when you need to give yourself some love. The matching fine knit pants have a pop of neon yellow at the tip of the drawstring, in true Bassike handwriting, to add an elevated detail.

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