Styling Some Of My Sustainable Designs In 5 Categories

Three looks styled with Lina Mayorga's Sustainable designs
I rarely show my designs on my blog and/or wear them myself because I love seeing them on other people first, but I love how versatile and cool they are and how every collection is suitable for different scenarios. Here's the IGtv video I made styling my designs [LINK]. 


The Rise Of Loungewear

Loungewear in a rack with pink and black graphics

This year 2020 impacted drastically every aspect of our lives. One of the things that have changed during the lockdown days is the way we dress. For a lot of people, staying at home means being comfortable, relaxed, and carefree, and we all were "forced" to stay at home during the COVID19. So what happened to our styles during this time? 

A lot of people didn't want to stay in their pajamas the whole day, but also didn't want to wear casual/streetwear or officewear to be at home. This made all of us redefine our habits, styles, and enjoy comfy clothes that make us look "decent" but feel relaxed and cozy. Loungewear became the new daily fashion, the new normal.  
The rise of Loungewear in the fashion industry is evident, and fashion designers like me have started to analyze the market and incorporate loungewear details in our designs. It is unbelievable to think that when I started designing, I only wanted to make couture or eveningwear, but my style has evolved to a sportier elegant look. Now I am thinking about how I can combine the elegant classic details of couture, the cool factor of sportswear, and the comfy style and materials of Loungewear. 

I also have been questioning if Loungewear could be athleticwear, and I came up with the conclusion that it could be. Even though everyone has different comfort levels and I feel good when I am wearing my gym clothes around the house. Maybe for you, tight clothes are not comfortable, and you prefer wearing loose soft pieces. So pretty much depends on each person and what they like. What do you think? 
I have one or two pairs of leggings to workout that are more compressive, and I wouldn't include them in the loungewear category. Basically, Loungewear means loose clothing in which one feels cozy, wears around the house, and occasionally being worn outside; they have simple silhouettes and soft fabrics.

For Loungewear, I prefer monochromatic looks or sets with similar details for the top and bottom parts. These details add an illusion that the look is complete and well throughout. 
My sets always have unique details and cuts that upgrade the basic style that some loungewear clothes have. As you can see, this grey set has basic leggings, but the top part has only one sleeve, which makes the set to look different and sexier. 
Loungewear's popularity increased exponentially this 2020, Are you enjoying the rise of loungewear? Are you wearing cute looks at home or are you still rocking your pajamas? 

I sometimes wear headpieces or accessories that complement the loungewear look and that I can easily take off if I want to take a nap.
Girl Wearing Grey Loungewear Set

"Black loungewear sets always look great. I like the ones with comfy joggers and sweatshirts with elastic trims".

Black loungewear set with joggers and crop sweatshirt

I guess it is OK to have the same or similar styles of loungewear but in different colors. 
Camel loungewear set outfit two photos details
 Any set with joggers can be mix with a loose t-shirt or a sports bra to create an entirely new look to lounge at home.
Olive loungewear set with joggers and crop sweatshirt with elastic trim

Loungewear Looks

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