How to do sofa chic
Never mind all the parties, the thing we're most looking forward to this Christmas is hunkering down at home. Here's what we'll be wearing - just accessorize with a book and mince pie.
Christmas is a time for hitting the town but it’s also a time for hitting the sofa, right? Preferably with a full tin of Quality Street, the Radio Times and the TV remote in your sole control. But there’s nothing very festive about slobbing around in ancient, manky PJs – and what if, horror of horrors, unexpected visitors turn up and catch you channeling Waynetta Slob? This is where Muddy favourite, hush, comes in. Nobody does staying in chic like these guys. Here are our 10 favourite pieces for hibernating in style this Christmas, PLUS – fabulosity incoming! – you can win a £220 softest cashmere jumper right here.
Onesie for all
Onesies aren't just for kids. We love this sophisticated deep blue, the relaxed fit and it's got pockets for maximum loafing.
Pull the cord
We definitely want to hug this hoodie. It's a loungewear classic with a modern twist, thanks to the cool corduroy.
After weeks of unforgiving party dresses, gimme some trackie bottoms pronto! But thanks to the stylish blue stripe design you can still keep up appearances in these.
Cashmere and Christmas go together like the Muddy squad and a free bar. This trusty black basic is elevated by its smattering of animal-print stars.
We always thought it was impossible to make a cool pair of slippers but we were wrong. Never mind walking on sunshine, these are like walking on clouds.
We wouldn't be caught dead in a slanket obviously but this leopard-print shawl? Now you're talking. We'll be enveloped in this until Spring.
It's not Christmas without a new pair of PJs. We're not into silly slogans nor trad tartan we think this leopard three-piece is grrrrrrr-eat.
Cami £45, bottoms £55, kimono £89
Wearing a drafty crop sleeve jumper? These cashmere wrist warmers are your friend and leave your fingers wiggling free to rip open Green Triangles.
This is the nearest I'll get to an actual disco this party season. Thank goodness. It's cosy but still suggests a festive effort has been made.