What We're Wearing

Lazy Weekend

You've worked hard all week. You'd like to take some time—maybe with a loved one, maybe all by yourself—and just relax. You want to get up late, savor a good cup of coffee and do absolutely nothing. Well, not nothing. You should spend your time off as you see fit: tucking into a good book, listening to a few podcasts or laying back on the sofa and binging that series you've heard so much about. Which means wearing stuff that's been engineered for easygoing, off-duty pleasure. Like the softest T-shirt we've ever come across, washed cotton jeans with just the right amount of stretch to feel as comfy as a pair of sweats. The shoes should be slip-on (who wants to bother with laces?) and if you're worried about being too lazy, strap on a watch that will remind you to stand up when you've been too sedentary. You'll feel good and look good, should you decide to eventually leave the house. Stay comfy, friends.

Our Weekend Kit

Jungmaven Hemp Pocket T-Shirt

Hemp pocket T-shirt,
$48 / $39.98 by Jungmaven

Todd Snyder Selvedge Stretch Jeans

Selvedge stretch jeans,
$198 by Todd Snyder

Vans Suede OG 59 LX Sneakers

Suede OG 59 LX sneakers,
$75 by Vans

Taylor Stitch Lodge Sweater

Lodge sweater,
$168 / $138 by Taylor Stitch

Master & Dynamic Leather Over Ear Headphones

Leather over ear headphones,
$399 by Master & Dynamic

Pendleton Yakima Camp Blanket

Yakima camp blanket,
$149 by Pendleton

American Trench Silver-Infused Merino Socks

Silver-infused merino socks,
$19.50 by American Trench

Apple Watch Series 4

Apple Watch Series 4,
from $399 by Apple


A survey of American workers found that approximately 70% worked at least one weekend a month, with 63% saying that their employer expected them to put in time on an average Saturday and Sunday.

(Source: Enterprise Holdings)