How to Look Lazy in the Right Way

It’s already that time of year again where our daily look involves adding more and more layers to keep us warm and cozy. You may be getting to the point where it seems useless to even attempt a proper outfit and just throw on whatever, which is totally understandable. The key to pulling off a lazy look however is what jacket to wear, and there are plenty of different ways to get it done right. Here’s a few examples of what you could incorporate into your wardrobe!

Down Jackets

A popular trend in the past few Autumn and Winter seasons, the down jacket makes for a stylish addition that can go with a number of looks. With many alterations, from hood to no hood, over-sized to fitted, or solid colors to color blocked, there’s certainly one that will fit your tastes, which can add diversity to your winter outfits. One tip would be to avoid white down jackets, unless you’re okay with looking like Michelin Man.


Pea Coats

A great look for adults in there late 20’s and 30’s, the pea coat is a great semi formal coat that adds professionalism and classiness to your wardrobe. It makes a great pick for going to work at the office or for a first date on a chilly night. With many alterations such as single breasted, double breasted, or the classic style, pea coats offer different styles based on the level of professionalism you want to achieve.

Shell Jackets

Shell jackets make for a great lightweight layer that offers extra protection from wind or rain while not being too heavy and drag you down. Styles can range from sporty to streetwear, but overall they make for great casuals jackets that you can thrown on in case of unexpected wind or rain. One additional iconic detail that makes a shell jacket is usually a large pocket in the middle for extra room to keep your belongings.

Napapijri Rainforest jacket in yellow


For those days below freezing, or when you have to make your way across the drillfield with the wind hitting you in the face like a brick, a parka is a must have. Focusing more on functionality is a key component to picking out the right parka because, lets face it, you’re more than likely going to cover up from head to toe at this point and no one will be able to recognize it’s you.


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