Best Outfit Ideas For Lockdown 3.0

Last Updated on 6th April 2024

Another lockdown means another daily outfit dilemma. You may think it unnecessary to find outfit ideas during a nation-wide lockdown; however, the act of getting dressed into something you feel good in is one way to make the days feel somewhat normal.

As online shopping remains a source of entertainment for many people, finding good deals, like an exciting Nike discount code, for example, is an excellent way to put together the best outfits for lockdown – that are trendy and comfortable, of course.

We may have been through this twice before already, but it’s never too late to up your style, lockdown edition. What does this include exactly? Have a look at some of our favourite lockdown outfit ideas, below.

Trendy Athleisure Won’t Let You Down

 One of the most iconic trends as of right now is athleisure. This makes sense because of our at-home status, which is a constant for the foreseeable future. However, athleisure has become one of the most stylish trends, and because of that, it’s one of our best outfit ideas.

The choices are unlimited when it comes to joggers that are both cosy and fashionable. The option of a tapered leg style or more of the ’90s flared style is entirely up to you, among many others.

Pair your joggers with some chunky sneakers and an oversized hoodie, and you’ve got yourself an incredibly fashionable WFH outfit. You can even add some simple jewellery to jazz it up a bit if you feel like it.

Best Outfit Ideas For Lockdown 3.0

Introducing Colourful Pieces

Lockdown tends to be grey and miserable, and this can quickly translate into how you dress. Although the use of colour won’t fix the world’s problems right now, incorporating bright, happy colours into your wardrobe will undoubtedly positively impact you.

This isn’t to say you should dress like a rainbow daily. Though, perhaps choose a pair of orange joggers over grey ones when you purchase next. Or even find some colourful, patterned socks and don those all day. You can also go for pops of colour on your shoes if you’re slightly more apprehensive about them.

However you choose to bring colour to your outfit to stay stylish during lockdown, you can be assured that it will bring some positivity into your day!

Choose Breathable, Moveable Styles

If you’re someone who prefers tight-fitting outfits, then you can still stick with that. However, while working from home is the current norm, going for outfits that allow movement and breathability is probably a good idea.

You can still manage to look incredibly stylish while sporting some oversized clothing. In fact, oversizing is quite a big trend at the moment. So, if you’re up for trying something new, choose some clothing that is a size or two bigger than your typical size.

For example, an oversized sweater can be paired with some form-fitting leggings, to balance each other. The sweater will be super cosy and give you that carefree, just-got-out-of-bed sophisticated aesthetic.


Matching Tops And Bottoms

Matching tracksuit sets are, again, trendy at the moment. This is the ultimate comfort that boasts style too. The matching top and bottom trend is one that can help you look very put together as well. It’s minimal effort for the maximum result!

If you go for this style, your morning routine will probably be a lot quicker because you won’t be stuck trying to find a top that goes well with your bottoms. That in itself is a huge plus.

Lockdown outfits don’t need to be over the top, nor do they need to be too simple. It’s entirely up to you to decide what makes you feel the best right now. These are just a few of our favourite outfit ideas that will ensure your comfort, as well as your style!

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Chloé Safilo
Chloé Saffio is our resident Fast Fashion Expert for the UK Urban and Streetwear scene. Her eyes have been constantly glued to social media for the last 10 years giving her an unrivalled insight. In her spare time, she used to like shopping and lying in the sunshine and making the pilgrimage to Ibiza. Now, she is a tired and grumpy new mother and back from maternity leave as the full time FFN writer. Chloe lives in London where she completed her journalism degree at the University of Roehampton. She lives in a small flat Putney with her fiancée Christian, daughter Sofia, and their French Bulldog Coco. And she's on the look out for a nice house and garden at a bargain price,