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4 Effortless Ways For Men To Look More Put Together & Decently Stylish At Home

4 Effortless Ways For Men To Look More Put Together & Decently Stylish At Home

How embarrassing is it when you are lying on the couch rocking your messy hair, wrinkled T-shirt and unwashed boxers and someone (not the food delivery guy) knocks on the door? The only thing you wish for is to look nicer and not like a homeless person. 

Given the pandemic and the era of impromptu zoom calls, it becomes way more important to look good at home than you might think. 

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Well, we agree that you are allowed to relax as you like in your own habitat and definitely don’t need to look like you are about to head off to a runway show (that’s weird) but there’s a way to look more put together and decent even at home and that too with zero effort.

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Here are four hassle-free ways to look more put together and better-looking at home that even lazy guys will love:

1. Wear Tees That Don’t Wrinkle Easy

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Let’s face it. No one’s really got the time to iron home clothes. It doesn’t even make sense. 

However, wearing wrinkled clothes is a big minus. 

Wear T-shirts that don’t need ironing like clothes made of rayon, spandex, polyester and knitted clothes that look fresh and new.   

2. Invest In Good Joggers

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Instead of printed pyjamas and capris, get some good and stylish joggers that are comfortable and look cool.

You can pair them with anything from sweats to tees and they transition from being a home clothing piece to gym wear to a grocery shop visit quite smoothly. 

3. Replace Your Flip Flops With Slip-Ons

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Flip-flops are great but slip-ons are their more stylish cousins that have replaced the traditional home footwear for good. They are comfier and better-looking. 

Plus, you can wear them while travelling or on a casual date with a tee and denims too, which you probably can’t do with flip-flops. 

4. Pair Your Clothes Mindfully

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We all put on the first thing that comes into our grip when we are out of the shower and looking for something to wear. 

However, don’t expect to be looking good when you are pairing your red PJs with a neon green tee. You get the point? 

Pair your clothes at home that go together and look good. Get clothes in neutral colours like black, grey, navy blue and white that go with almost anything.