Being comfortable and casual doesn’t have to come at the expense of style. Give your weekend wardrobe a style injection with our outfit inspiration.

Out of bed style may be hot in the movies, but in the real and unscripted lives of everyday people, it’s not a good look. We’re here to prove that being casual and comfortable doesn’t automatically translate into looking sloppy. Dress up your casual look with these quick and easy tips and avoid hiding in grocery aisles when you unexpectedly bump into your high school nemesis at the store…

Leggings can make an outfit

The debate on whether or not leggings are actually pants is closed. Leggings are a type of pants that can actually look like something other than exercise wear if worn right. Pairing your leggings with a flowing tunic adds to the comfort of your outfit while giving it a splash of style and structure.

Related: How to get the most out of your leggings

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Kick the jeans and t-shirt outfit up a notch

Jeans and a t-shirt are a go-to casual outfit for many people because it’s a combination that works. Simply adding a denim jacket to your jeans and t-shirt turns it from something to wear into an outfit.

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Dress-up your dress

The t-shirt dress is a must have because aside from being ultra-versatile, it is a quick and easy outfit. Your slouchy and comfortable t-shirt dress doesn’t have to look as slouchy and comfortable as it feels. Wearing stockings under your dress makes for a warmer outfit and a more stylish look. Another outfit you could slay with the t-shirt dress is the sneakers and dress look.

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Tracksuit off the track

Whether or not you’ve been on the track, a tracksuit is a great casual outfit. The key to wearing it without looking like you’re on your way to exercising is to avoid matching the tracksuit tops and bottoms (unless you are actually going to work out). Splitting your tracksuit into two separate outfits and pairing your top with a different type of outfit and your bottoms with a denim jacket makes your tracksuit day wear and not active wear.

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