HOW TO
WEAR JOGGERS
3 WAYS

It's official: the jogger is here to stay. A working-from-home favourite thanks to an all-day comfortable fit with more styling potential than you might think. Here's how to wear joggers now and when you can resume socialising or working in the office.

SHOP TROUSERS

It's official: the jogger is here to stay. A working-from-home favourite thanks to an all-day comfortable fit with more styling potential than you might think. Here's how to wear joggers now and when you can resume socialising or working in the office.

SHOP TROUSERS
Collage of a navy puffer jacket, pink jumper, navy joggers, white shirt, leopard print trainers and a black bag that together create an outfit.

1. WEEKEND WALK

If you're looking for joggers to wear out, the Kiran will seamlessly take you from lounging on the sofa to outdoor strolls. Layers are key here – start with a comfy colour pop knit, then add a weather-ready puffer or rain jacket and finish with contemporary trainers.

2. IMPORTANT MEETING

Can joggers be worn to work? The answer is: yes! Just counterbalance the relaxed aesthetic with smarter pieces. A beautifully-cut shirt exudes professionalism for virtual meetings and when the office beckons, team with a timeless trench and classic leather loafers. You'll create a joggers outfit that's the very definition of business casual.

Collage of a navy puffer jacket, pink jumper, navy joggers, white shirt, leopard print trainers and a black bag that together create an outfit.
Collage of a navy puffer jacket, pink jumper, navy joggers, white shirt, leopard print trainers and a black bag that together create an outfit.

3. LUNCH DATE

Don't discount joggers for lunches and dinner dates either. Whether it's over Zoom or in person, an elegant blouse will elevate them the perfect amount without losing the comfort factor. When a restaurant rendezvous is back on the menu, just add a sleek biker jacket and heels.

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