• Outlier

    Doublefine Merino Hoodie

    This hoodie from Outlier is where minimal design meets maximum comfort. It's made from premium doublefine merino which keeps you cool when you're warm and warm when you're cool, perfect for when your temperature is all over the place.

  • Sunspel

    Sea Island Crew Neck

    Treating your torso to some softness is important in times of sickness. This T-shirt from Sunspel might be an eye-wincingly high price but it's made from the rarest cotton that makes up 0.0004% of the world's cotton supplies. #VeryRare.

  • Falke

    Cashmere Mix Socks

    The difference some cashmere content can make in the feel of your socks is phenomenal. It's like slipping on a brand new pair of socks on steroids. Every single time. And these from Falke are soft but still hardwearing.

  • ACNE

    Fred Sweatpants

    You don't have to sacrifice style for comfort with this pair of loopback cotton-blend sweatpants from Acne. Because black is always stylish and it's also very good at hiding a multitude of stains.

  • Derek Rose

    Suede and Sheepskin Slippers

    Slippers are totally underrated. Don't be fooled into thinking they're uncool because owning a pair will change your life. You can now walk around your home without a) ruining your socks or b) treading on food in the kitchen.

  • Not On The High Street

    Fairisle Knitted Hot Water Bottle

    I give thanks to the person who invented the hot water bottle. Always there to sooth away the pains: physical and emotional. And this knitted Fairisle design can be personalized for that added level of comfort.

Weekly Outfit October, 18 2013

The Weekly Outfit: Sick and Stylish

Shout out to our poor intern who developed the severely painful appendicitis last Friday, which resulted in both an operation to remove his appendix and having to spend the whole weekend in the hospital – double whammy. In honor of his woes, we’ve put together an outfit featuring the kind of dream garms you’d get to wear while recovering from such a trauma. Even if your sickness hasn’t resulted in an operation, keep yourself comfy with slouchy, pull-on, zip-up and ideally cashmere-mix clothing. Remember, being stylish is a 24/7 occupation – so just because you’re incapacitated with a violent sickness doesn’t mean you shouldn’t look fresh.

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