With no parties or red carpet events to attend, celebrities have found themselves confined to their homes.
It’s a strange time for fashion, with most of us forgetting what jeans feel like and reverting back to the same tracksuit every day. While some celebs have been pulling out some of the flashier outfits from their wardrobes, most have been revelling in loungewear.
Here’s how famous faces have been styling their time in quarantine – and obviously posting about it on Instagram, because what else do you do when you’ve got so much time on your hands?
Even though Amanda Holden might be taking the bins out instead of walking the red carpet, she’s still going to do so in style in a pink gown and vertiginous high heels.
We’re not sure Mariah Carey has ever dressed down in her life, so it’s unsurprising she spent her birthday in isolation in something suitably glam: a black mesh and glitter outfit, with full hair and make-up. Considering it’s an effort for the rest of us to actually wash our hair semi-regularly, you can’t help but be impressed by Carey.
Designer Marc Jacobs knows full well the power of a good outfit, as he’s been donning his finest clothes when feeling “down and out”. For this mood-boosting look, Jacobs picked out a teal leather jacket, silver high heels and a string of pearls to top off the look.
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My first Tiktok. So it's not that different from what I would post here. But I figured since I can't leave my home for a month according to the Governor of California I might as well expand my social media presence. Hey TikTok girl. What's the t? Follow me on Tiktok @lavernecox6 and I'll work on getting you something there you cant see here. Side note this app groped the full video and we lost a lot in resolution. Yoi can go to Tiktok for the full body fantasy and better resolution.
Isolation means most of us have been wearing our baggiest, comfiest clothes, but not Laverne Cox – who’s instead been playing dress-up in some major bodysuits and dancing for the camera.
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So I talked to some doctors and scientists. It’s not the easiest for everyone right now but the kindest/healthiest thing we can do is self-quarantine and not hang out with people over 65 and in large groups. I wish I could see my parents and grandmas right now but it’s much safer to not so I don’t get them sick in case I have it. I’m hanging at home with my dogs. I love you world, we’ll all get through this. Trust me, I talked to God —she said we’re gonna be ok.
We don’t really see Lady Gaga as a jogging bottoms kind of person – wearing a studded leather jacket and sunglasses inside seems to make a lot more sense.
Despite the odd few who are actually getting dressed up, most celebrities have settled nicely into the loungewear lifestyle – like Perrie Edwards and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who have been modelling various combinations of tracksuits, leggings and hoodies.
Hailey Bieber seems to have forgotten about trousers entirely, instead sticking to an oversized t-shirt – although chances are it’s a whole lot fancier than the old t-shirts the rest of us are wearing.
Even supermodels aren’t bothering with fashion-forward outfits – take Kaia Gerber, who’s been sporting a wide array of tracksuit tops and trousers. If you’re going to spend all day at home, why not be as comfortable as possible?
The same goes for Emily Ratajkowski, who shows the cool girl way to do loungewear is with cropped tops and a drink in hand at all times.
The infinitely relatable Chrissy Teigen has let go of clothes entirely in lieu of a towel. Why bother with underwear anyway?
While we do think it’s slightly insane Jessica Alba would choose to wear jeans indoors when she doesn’t have to, we can’t deny her cardigan situation looks cosy and cute.
And then there’s Kate Beckinsale, who inexplicably dressed in activewear with make-up like a cat to do some cleaning. We’re not entirely sure why, but we do know that isolation has also made us feel a bit like this too.