Charli girl

I’ve never been one for loungewear, there are two reasons for this

a) I’m not very good at just lounging

b) What’s the point? Clothes for outdoors, PJs for lazy days

And then I saw the press release for Charli and could suddenly think of nothing more I wanted to wear for lazing around the house in (or to team with my new found jeans appreciation, as it’s not strictly loungewear).

“Charli is a new collection of easy-luxe separates with a core of supersoft jersey basics. The brand is the
essence of a new wave of British style – wearable, unpretentious and alluring.

Textured layering items are mixed with staple pieces to create a relaxed summer wardrobe with a
downtown twist. Slinky-soft tees with love-worn appeal feature, whilst signature cashmere-jersey tops
are slightly oversized to give a fresh and modern silhouette. Classic shapes are updated with chiffon
trims and mixed fabrications give interest.

Soft bamboo and cashmere jersey mixes and relaxed lightweight linen knits in cool shades feature as
combinations of loose and slim, drape and structure. The colour palette is fresh and clean: honey, nude,
sage and a light mist grey are all core to the collection, whilst the accent colour of Poppy adds a bright

Beautiful relaxed supersoft jersey maxi dresses are perfect for lazy summer days, and the Lola linen knit
is a slightly warmer cover up. The Daphnee city shorts are great worn with the cotton shirts whilst the
staple Phoenix and Paola t-shirts and the Laguna vest offer the ideal super-soft luxury basics.

Every style can be worn dressed up or down. The soft and sensual raw fabrics are ideal for either a city
vibe or a relaxed weekend, whilst the core basics such as the Charli signature camisole vests, palazzo
pants and yoga pants offer the perfect sportswear and loungewear solutions.

Charli is available at the own multi-brand stores in Muswell Hill, Hampstead and the King’s Road in
London, as well as other boutiques nationwide and internationally. The collection retails from £25 to

The prices seem pretty good, too, for what looks to be durable classics that will only get better with age. The muted colour palette will work perfectly with the spring/summer trend for pastels.

For more information, or where to buy check out the website

Do you have dedicated lazy day wear?
Where do you stock up on your luxury basics?


13 comments for “Charli girl

  1. I live for beautiful loungewear. Thanks for introducing me to this line. I like that it’s comfy, but decent enough to run to the grocery store in. 🙂

    Happy Friday!

  2. Um, this sounds amazing!
    In my old age(!) I have taken to refusing to wear anything that isn’t ridiculously comfortable, whether or not I have to leave the house…


  3. This sounds great, cannot go wrong with basics! X

  4. Oh goodness I LUUUURVE to lounge, I’m quite good at it too 😉 They look like quality long last items, going to have a longer look around now xx

  5. I want that last sweater!

    I usually just wear my PJs when I’m being lazy.

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  6. Kat

    I love the tops! They seem perfect for layering. I’m terrible at lounging, and if I’m spending the day at home, I’m in my pajamas. However, I’m perpetually cold, so layering is a wonderful thing! They look so soft….

  7. Love these pieces although I always feel a slobby lazybones in loungewear!

    Emma xx

  8. I love loungewear, especially when it looks good as well as comfy.

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  9. I’m basically the same as you, but I do really like the last two items!

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  10. I have loads of lounge wear, some times when I’m in the house all day I don’t feel like PJ’s – most of my lounge stuff is like yoga pants and hoody’s – love sweaty betty stuff for that 🙂

  11. I have plenty of lazy day clothes but I am afraid there is nothing luxurious about them. These look great. As I work from home all of the time I really need clothes that are comfy for sitting around the house but look ok for popping out to pick the children up. Bamboo and cashmere is so soft and cosy too.

  12. I think lounge wear is good for just nipping to the shops, getting the washing in/putting it out, doing the school run etc. Those times when PJs are inappropriate but you don’t want to get properly dressed.