COMFY CHIC: HOMEWEAR STYLE FOR YOUR LEGS
NEW ITEMS FROM CALZEDONIA FOR THE COLDEST, AND COZIEST, MONTHS OF THE YEAR
The ‘Feel Good’ television advert, Calzedonia’s home wear saga, is back on the air
Fashion has never been more of a reflection of modern times than it was last year.
Leisurewear has undeniably become an integral part of our everyday lives. Spending most of the day at home, the garments that we’ve actually used over these past few months are generally comfortable and ultra-soft, putting the chic, cool outfits of our wardrobes on the back shelf, awaiting better times ahead.
If things are unfortunately destined to continue on as they are for a little while longer, the best way to face this never-ending story is to focus on feminine garments to wear at home, enticing details and, last but not least, comfortable thermal materials.
To conquer the coldest months of the year, Calzedonia has expanded its home wear range, focusing on cozy, ultra-warm and incredibly soft materials.
Iconic relaxed-fit joggers with practical maxi-pockets at the hips and cuffs at the ankles are complemented by a wide range of leggings in cashmere or thermal fabric.
The thermal leather-effect fabric leggings with an elastic waistband will downplay any look and make even the most comfortable loungewear outfits extremely cool. The drawstring waist version in the same material is perfect to wear while out and about.
The season’s best-selling item, rib-knit modal-cashmere leggings, has starred in countless home selfies taken by Calzedonia’s influencers and spokeswomen. This comfortable yet feminine garment is perfect styled with a tricot maxi cardigan, or even with a sporty hoodie.
For women whose nemesis is the cold, Calzedonia has created thermal leggings with a soft plush feel on the inside, a guarantee of optimal comfort and extra warmth.
Even Chiara Ferragni, Calzedonia’s web ambassador, is following the leisurewear trend and has opted for our warm, comfortable and cozy Maternity tights with cashmere, perfect to beat the late-winter chill.