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We can safely say that we are using around 10% of our wardrobe right now, and our working uniform has changed from a chic tote bag and floral dress to pyjama bottoms and the nearest t-shirt.
However, there comes a time where we want to knock about the house feeling less sluggish but still comfortable, so what do we turn to then?
One again, our favourite high street store has read our minds and come through with the perfect addition to our spring wardrobe.
These Cotton Straight Leg Joggers from Marks & Spencers are the ideal combo of comfort and stylish.
The flattering straight silhouette cuts off loosely just above the ankle to allow air to circulate, while the tie waist allows a snug fit.
Made using sustainable cotton with added stretch, they are the perfect pair to lounge around in, work out in or work in, and can be dressed up or down depending on your mood.
And, if all that wasn’t enough, they’re long-lasting, too as they use M&S’s StayNEW™ technology to prevent bobbling and fading.
The trousers are available in sizes 6 to 24 and in three hues: charcoal, navy and black.
Buy it: Cotton Straight Leg Joggers | £12.50 from Marks & Spencer
Don’t just take our word for it though, 1,693 other fashion-savvy shoppers have flocked to the site to share the love.
“Just perfect. Comfortable for wearing at home or smart enough to wear when going out” reads one five-star review.
“I bought two pairs, one in black and the other in navy for yoga and general wear at home. They are comfy, a good length and extremely good value for money. They will also last ages.” another happy customer wrote.
And it seems fans have stocked up on more than one pair, as another added: “ They are very comfortable and stylish for around the house or trips to the supermarket. I wear them all the time and have both black and blue.”
Well, that does make sense otherwise what would you wear while the first pair is in the wash?