Getting changed to switch from watching Netflix in the dark to real life responsibilities on the outside world is for losers, so save time and money by combining your loungewear with your streetwear and master the art of being stylishly lazy.
Topman velour hoodie
An oversized hoodie with a decadent velour texture? This is the kind of thing Oscar Wilde would be wearing to watch It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia reruns in.
ASOS longline knitted t-shirt with hood
A hood comes in handy when you want to hide during a scary movie without making a scene in front of your other half.
Criminal Damage distressed sweatshirt
Thanks to Yeezy distressed fabric is a massive trend this season and next. You may look like a slob eating a pint of ice cream in this in your house, but outside you'll be a streetwear king.
Nike Lunarepic Flyknit trainers
The flexible Flyknit material means they can act as a comfy slipper when walking down stairs to get more snacks, where as the monochrome styling means it'll go with most of your everyday outfits.
Uniqlo windowpane jogger trousers
Go from bedroom to boardroom with these smart casual jogger trousers with elasticated waist. Just make sure you wipe away any grilled cheese stains, the Netflix food of the gods.
Some people don't even dress this well during Fashion Week, so extra points for watching Stranger Things in an entire day in this.
Awake from a nap wearing these and head to a club night without getting changed. Don't even bother spraying deo, they're that cool.
Paul Smith hoodie
No longer will you have to get changed to go pick up a pizza, one of life's painstaking chores.
Paul Smith cotton pyjama trousers
Kick back and relax in these on the sofa, but also do your food shop in them too.
H&M burgundy jersey shorts
Watching an intense show like Breaking Bad can give you the sweats, so free your legs with these sweatshirt shorts then go for a walk into town afterwards to calm yourself down.