Plus Size Joggers Outfits

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Plus Size Athleisure Outfit

Being comfortable doesn’t mean you can’t be fashionable, especially given the recent athleisure trend.  These days everyone is running around in sneakers and activewear.

But, there is a fine line between fashionably comfortable and looking like you might end up on the snarky “People of Walmart” website.

I talked more about this and offered a no-fail “formula” in my Plus Size Athleisure Outfit post.  So if you haven’t read it yet, start there.

Ok, so now that we’re on the same page, I wanted to take this concept one step further.

In today’s post, I hope to show you how to take an “in-the-home outfit” and easily change it to a trendy put-together look you can confidently leave the house in.

I got this idea from my blog survey as nearly 30 percent of you said that you either work from home/are a stay-at-home mom or are retired.

And several of you commented that you were looking for ways to look stylish and comfortable when at home.

Plus Size Joggers Outfits

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Lessons While Working From Home

As I mentioned awhile ago, when I first lost my “real” job, I was really struggling.  I was depressed, lost, and broke, just to name a few of my problems.  I threw myself into this blog.

And although I was working everyday, I rarely left my house.  I didn’t have a reason to.  So my daily routine changed dramatically.  And not in good ways.

Suddenly, I no longer had to see anyone.  There was no expectation to shower, put on makeup, put on a cute work-appropriate outfit, or even brush my hair.

The bar for my personal grooming dropped so low that I was proud of myself if I managed to wash my face and brush my teeth.  And I lived in old leggings with holes despite having closets full of beautiful clothes.  These were dark times, my friends.

Of course, part of that is just the nature of depression.  But ultimately those daily habits of personal grooming, self-care, and dressing for the day, help keep me feeling positive and ready.  Meaning, ready for life.

Like if a Fed Ex delivery comes or a neighbor drops by, I won’t have to hide because I’m wearing an old dirty t-shirt with no bra and have unintentional dreadlocks.  I know it because I lived it.

I was so unkempt that I felt like I would just die of embarrassment if anyone saw me.  So now I understand that I want to be ready to run a quick errand or meet a friend for coffee last minute.  I not only want to be ready, I want to feel ready.

And I’ve learned that having that intention of looking my best keeps me feeling good about myself and confident.  Now that’s not to say that I’m putting on a full face of makeup or I’m dressing like I used to for a professional office.  And I certainly have days when I slack.

But, I strongly believe I can look great and be comfortable.  There is no need to sacrifice style for comfort.

My In-the-Home “Dream Outfit”

So this first look is meant to be worn at home.  It is my “dream outfit” that I can wear working at my laptop or just having a Netflix & chill kind of day.  It is super comfortable but still nice enough that I will open the door for package deliveries.

And with just a few modifications I can head out for errands, coffee, shopping, or whatever I need to be ready for.  I also added in a few comforts that I currently have and love or are on my wish list.

Just as there are “comfort foods,” there are “comfort clothes.”  And this plus size draped cardigan is the quintessential comfort clothes.

It is made by Barefoot Dreams, a brand known for their ultra soft fabrics, coziness, and luxury.  They make socks, blankets, plus size cardigans, and basically anything you’d want to be “cozy.”

And while I think this cardigan is great for comfort and lounging at home, it can also be worn out and about.

My dream outfit also includes my favorite tees, which I have talked about often.

I also recommend these tees, especially for softness.

I also have and recommend these wireless headphones and these Prosecco Rose candles if you like floral scents.  Little luxuries.

And from my wish list, the UGG shearling slippers, which I am seriously considering in the gold, and some Madewell joggers.  By the way, Madewell now has extended sizes up to a 24/3X.

Although I don’t find the collection thrilling, they have some great staple pieces and it is always nice to see more options in plus sizes.

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Plus Size Joggers Outfits – In-the-Home

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This second outfit is for heading out of the house stylishly.  As I said above, that beautiful and soft Barefoot Dreams cardigan can absolutely be worn for any casual occasion.

But I wanted to show that you can swap it out for a biker jacket for a completely different and trendy look.  A denim jacket works too.

Add a scarf, practically any color, pattern, or print will work since the outfit is completely neutral.

Swap the slippers for sneakers.  Remember to choose “elevated” sneakers, like the ones I talked about in that Plus Size Athleisure Outfit post.

I included a cute wristlet because they are so easy to carry, with a strap around your wrist.

I have a studded Michael Kors wristlet that I use as a wallet.  It has slots for my credit cards and I can squeeze in other essentials, like my phone and sunglasses, as needed.

I keep the wristlet in a larger handbag with other less important items.  That way, when I am in a hurry or don’t want to be bogged down with a heavy bag, I can just grab the wristlet and go!

Plus Size Joggers Outfits – Outside-the-Home

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Please let me know if you’d like to see more posts like this in the comments below.

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20 thoughts on “Plus Size Joggers Outfits

  1. Thank you Thank You THANK YOU! I absolutely LOVE this post for comfty yet still stylist outfits! I’m looking forward to buying more outfits like these since I’m recently retired. And I REALLY appreciate and can relate to your story you shared. I think many women goes thru a depressed like phase when our lives had changed dramatically. I’m happy and proud that you’ve bounced back and now living a productive life that you are obviously passionate about. Keep these sassy outfits coming!!

    1. Oh, thank you, Paula! I so appreciate the time you took to read and comment. And I am so glad you found these outfit ideas helpful and my story resonated with you. 🙂

  2. Thanks SO much!! I wish there were more peeps like you & more blogs like this! Women should be allowed to love their bodies & be comfy whether at home or out in public! Being able to FIND some of the things the thinner people are wearing but have excluded plus sizes is a saving grace now! Again, thank you! And, keep it up!!! Please!

  3. Loved this post and I can certainly relate! I’m a grandmother of two whom I am raising after we lost our only child and son in a car accident. I’m particularly fond of this style because I spend so much time at their sports events.

  4. Great post! I’m a stay-at-home mum / work from homer and can really see these outfits working for me. I love the leather jacket outfit and would be very tempted to throw some heels on for a day to evening transformation

  5. I am not a work from home girl but what that means is that as soon as I get home I go from fabulous to frumpy! I love these stylish home looks that keep me feeling fine all the time!

    And I LOVE your story!! You are amazing and so authentic. Thank you!

    1. I completely understand, Diane. As I said, my “natural” inclination is to look like a total bum when at home. Like, really bad. Lol. But it really does take it’s toll on my mental health, so I try to fight it as much as possible. The struggle is real! 🙂

  6. Thanks so much for this post. I work from home and usually roll out of bed and work in my frumpy pajamas all day. Then I’m embarrassed to open the door. My husband and I just split up, so I can see the pajama thing getting even worse. I need some style inspiration to boost my self-esteem.
    I have a denim jacket, so I think that’s what I’ll use instead of investing in the moto jacket. Thanks for pointing out that option!

    1. You’re welcome! And I completely understand the struggle (and I have literally hid from people at my door on more than one occasion 😉 ). But staying in PJs all day, especially multiple days in a row, is not good for the mood or self-esteem. And it becomes a cycle, in my experience.

      My new thing is to at least stick to items that are in good repair, no more holes! And clean, sadly that should have been obvious. Lol. And try to have on something I can open the door in and with a few tweaks be able to leave the house in. I don’t always do it, but I try most days. Makes a big difference! 🙂

  7. I totally went through exactly the same feelings when caring for my mom forced me to use vacation/work from home for 8 months. It was years ago, and I’m thankful for FMLA, but I never got out of my sweatpants, and dressing up meant putting on a bra. Your ensembles are beautiful, no matter what the occasion. It bears saying again, thank you for sharing your style.

  8. Hi Alexa,

    I’m so happy I found your website. You are incredible and I’m enjoying trying out your outfits. Today I bought some of the stuff you recommended so once I receive them and try them out I will send you my feed back.
    It’s not easy to find someone who understands what one is looking for but you made it look so easy and pretty and trendy !!! I’m still looking at your pages I can say too excited and pleased to go through them. Thank you so much for making life easy for me.

  9. Hi im from Canada do you every feature any of your great style and where it can be found it Canada. Secondly im over the age of 60 are you able to feature anything for woman of a certain age that are short and fluffy. ty

    1. Hi Gennette,
      I am going to do some research about what is available in or ships to Canada… it’s on my list! As for your age, the majority of my readers are over 50, so I think a lot of what I post is age-appropriate for you.

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