We'd Never Have Guessed This Cool Loungewear Set Was So Affordable

Maxine Eggenberger
·3-min read

If you're anything like us, you'll have been looking for different ways to feel fancy this season. Maybe you treated yourself to something new to see you through both Christmas Day and New Year's Eve, or perhaps you dusted off and re-wore something from occasions gone by. But really, you needn't default to sparkles to make yourself feel pulled together. Sometimes it's the littlest things that can make your attire look polished. Making an effort to put on jewellery, gold hoops, for example, is a small gesture that can elevate your day-to-day attire. Swapping your slippers for a pair of chic-looking house shoes (along the lines of these shearling-lined Birkenstocks) will also do the trick. But, one of the easiest ways to make your at-home ensembles feel more luxe is to invest in a matching knitted set—and we've found one that comes with almost every fashion girl's seal of approval.

Chances are you'll have already heard of Brit brand, Never Fully Dressed. It started out life as a market stall, but it wasn't long before the label exploded on social media thanks to its now iconic leopard-print wrap skirt. Today, Never Fully Dressed has steadily grown into a cult brand, with a following as loyal as you'll find. Known for its impressive array of prints and bold use of colour, barely a day goes by when we don't happen upon one of our favourite influencers wearing one of its sell-out dresses. However, over the past few weeks, we've seen more and more women we follow wearing one of the brand's latest additions—a psychedelic knitted top and trouser combination.

The two-piece has caught the attention of influencers on home soil, as well as their sartorially-blessed French sisters. And it's not hard to see why. The bright orange two-piece boasts a motif reminiscent of the '70s, with letters spelling the word "love" interwoven throughout; it's punchy and fun, and the ideal antidote to the darker days and copious amounts of time spent on our sofas. What's more, it's pretty affordable, too. The much of what you'll find on-site comes in under the £100, and the jumper and trousers follow suit.

From berets and heels to coats and elegant arm candy, keep scrolling to see how influencers are wearing their Never Fully Dressed loungewear co-ord. Then, once you've inevitably fallen for it, proceed to shop Never Fully Dressed's comfy winter collection.


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Never Fully Dressed Tan Love Knit Jumper (£79)

Never Fully Dressed Tan Love Knit Pant (£79)


Never Fully Dressed Green Knit Maxi Cardi (£99)

Never Fully Dressed Green Knit Slip Dress (£79)

Never Fully Dressed GG Print PJ Set (£99)

Never Fully Dressed Cream Lulu Knit Dress (£99)

Never Fully Dressed Stripe Spliced Cardi (£69)

Never Fully Dressed Black Viscose Kira Dress (£79)

Never Fully Dressed Artist Print Knit Jumper (£79)

Never Fully Dressed Artist Print Knit Jogger (£79)

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