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Journelle on East 17th Street
Journelle on East 17th Street

Seven Places to Shop for Loungewear for Your Long Weekend In

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Journelle on East 17th Street

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It's freezing, and since you were probably out in the elements Monday through Friday, you have a total pass for spending the entire weekend indoors. Just in case you're running low on cozy loungewear for the occasion, we've rounded up seven places you can hit up before placing an emergency FreshDirect order and loading up your Netflix. See them all in the map after the jump.


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In addition to outfitting your bedroom in fine linens and duvet comforters, Frette will also outfit you—with pajama sets, velvet and kimono robes, slippers, and even a two-piece cashmere jogging set.

Journelle

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Looking for something a little spicier? Head to Journelle for a cozy selection chemises, rompers, pajamas, and robes, that are all sexy enough to wear if you just so happen to be entertaining some company.

Gap Body

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Gap Body's collection of sleepwear is just as reliable, comfortable, and moderately priced as its bras and panties. Head here for cute, printed pajama pants, basic cotton camis, and fleece or jersey robes.

Calvin Klein Underwear

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You know them for their iconic briefs and racy billboards, but don't count Calvin Klein Underwear out for sleepwear, too. The brand's basic long-sleeve tees are cozy enough to lounge around in, but put together enough to not make you feel like a lazy bum.
Your best bet for loungewear at the new Joie shop in Meatpacking is the brand's "Soft" collection, which includes casual sweatpants and sweatshirts, oversize cotton tees, and easy sweaters that are perfect for a day in, or an afternoon out.

Splendid

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Most of Splendid's stretchy leggings don't run over $58, and they come in a variety of colors and materials. Top them off with any number of simple, basic sweaters, cashmere cardigans, or cozy wraps.

American Apparel

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We know—easy choice. But where else in the world can you find such an extensive selection of leggings—especially in winter-heavy fabrics—sweatpants, hoodies, and basically anything else you might wear on a sleepy Sunday?

Frette

In addition to outfitting your bedroom in fine linens and duvet comforters, Frette will also outfit you—with pajama sets, velvet and kimono robes, slippers, and even a two-piece cashmere jogging set.

Journelle

Looking for something a little spicier? Head to Journelle for a cozy selection chemises, rompers, pajamas, and robes, that are all sexy enough to wear if you just so happen to be entertaining some company.

Gap Body

Gap Body's collection of sleepwear is just as reliable, comfortable, and moderately priced as its bras and panties. Head here for cute, printed pajama pants, basic cotton camis, and fleece or jersey robes.

Calvin Klein Underwear

You know them for their iconic briefs and racy billboards, but don't count Calvin Klein Underwear out for sleepwear, too. The brand's basic long-sleeve tees are cozy enough to lounge around in, but put together enough to not make you feel like a lazy bum.

Joie

Your best bet for loungewear at the new Joie shop in Meatpacking is the brand's "Soft" collection, which includes casual sweatpants and sweatshirts, oversize cotton tees, and easy sweaters that are perfect for a day in, or an afternoon out.

Splendid

Most of Splendid's stretchy leggings don't run over $58, and they come in a variety of colors and materials. Top them off with any number of simple, basic sweaters, cashmere cardigans, or cozy wraps.

American Apparel

We know—easy choice. But where else in the world can you find such an extensive selection of leggings—especially in winter-heavy fabrics—sweatpants, hoodies, and basically anything else you might wear on a sleepy Sunday?