How to Lounge in Style and Comfort

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Even if you fancy yourself a social butterfly, spending the occasional evening at home can be a great way to unwind and recharge your batteries. You don’t need to be a dedicated homebody to enjoy the many benefits a night offers. Whether you want to chill by yourself, invite a few friends or spend some quiet time with your special someone, there’s a lot to be said for staying home. Of course, this isn’t to say that every at-home experience is equally enjoyable. Anyone looking to infuse their nights in with style and comfort will be well-served by the following pointers.

Invest in Comfortable Clothes

As anyone with a great sense of style can attest, comfort and style are oftentimes polar opposites. In many cases, the most stylish clothing is also the least comfortable. This is particularly apparent with regard to work clothes and assorted formalwear. In fact, by the end of a long workday, most of us can’t wait to shed our uncomfortable (albeit stylish) workplace attire and slip into something comfier.

Unsurprisingly, in order to get the most out of at-home lounging, many people invest in loungewear that emphasizes comfort over fashion. However, this isn’t to say that you can’t love the way you look while enjoying maximum comfort. A number of popular clothing brands create loungewear that’s every bit as stylish as outside-the-house clothes – but considerably more comfortable. For example, if you’re on the hunt for men’s shorts that are both fashionable and flexible, you’re sure to find an abundance of attractive options – provided, of course, you know where to look. There’s no rule stating that loungewear has to be baggy, bulky or generally unattractive, so if you want to look your best while relaxing at home, just know that you have options.    

Select Décor That Matches Your Tastes

If you don’t typically spend much time at home, it’s easy to ignore your living space’s general décor. After all, if you rarely occupy the space for long periods, why bother going all-out in the décor department? While this mindset is somewhat understandable, failing to tailor your residence’s appearance to match your personal tastes will ultimately make the space feel less like a home and more like a place that serves no purpose but to hold all your stuff. Since your home is your personal safe haven from the stresses of the outside world, it’s only fitting that you take the time to select furnishings, color schemes and design choices that mesh with your personal tastes. This will help ensure that you develop a stronger attachment to your living space and feel more comfortable staying in.    

Reconnect with Hobbies You Enjoy

Staying in also provides you with ample time to reconnect with your favorite hobbies. Between dealing with the relentless pace of many workplaces and the constant demands of an active social life, it’s easy to let hobbies fall by the wayside. In addition to providing us with consistent enjoyment, hobbies help keep our minds active and broaden our intellectual horizons. So if there’s a certain collection you wish to expand, some books you’ve been meaning to read, a backlog of movies you want to watch or some video games that have been collecting dust, there’s no time like the present to dive in.   

Tune Out Sources of Stress

In order to fully relax at home, you’ll need to tune out outside stressors. For example, if receiving after hours work-related phone calls is a consistent problem, consider turning off your phone after a certain time each night. Additionally, if you have any friends or family members who are constantly making demands on your leisure time, make it clear that after a certain hour, you are not to be bothered outside of emergency situations.

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