We love nothing more than a matching loungewear set that makes you feel both comfortable and slightly put-together. Since we've all been spending a majority of our time at home this year, we've seen (and have enjoyed) plenty of these sets — and it doesn't look like the trend will be stopping any time soon. So for 2021, here are some of the matching lounge and pajama sets that will be in style.
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2021 is all about the tie-dyed clouds — especially when they're dyed in small batches by Orenda Tribe.
Neutrals like brown and black aren't going anywhere any time soon.
This pastel green is giving off 2021 relaxation vibes. It's also a shade we're expecting to see more of in the home.
Made of 100% recycled cotton, this monochromatic set is biodegradable and sustainably made (aka the way of the future).
This cozy grey is a color we're expecting to see a lot of in 2021. Also, it's already making us want to sleep the day away.
You could easily wear this brown-gray pair outside of the house. It's the type of multifunctional loungewear we like to see.
You can never go wrong with a classic Breton stripe — especially in red. Bring on the Francophile aesthetic!
The contrast between the baby pink and black is very '90s-turned-2021.
We're happy to see that the oversized trend has infiltrated the sleepwear world. We're going to call these "naptime chic."
This silky ginger color embraces the nude color trend, and would look (and feel) amazing on any skin tone.
Want to feel like royalty while you lounge? These sparkly jammies will do the trick, proving that loungewear doesn't have to be simple.
After 2020, all we want is to be covered in unicorns and plants. Levity will never go out of style.
Why not wear two trends — cloud tie-dye and nude — at once?
This cotton candy tie-dye set is made even more unique thanks to the purple dice patch.
Did you think we were going to forget a waffle knit? Not a chance.
Why yes, we do want to be covered in slices of pie in 2021. Thank you for delivering, Lou & Grey.
Designed as part athleisure, part sleepwear, we can see ourselves going from a nap to errands in this set.