Heading to brunch this weekend? It’s something you’ve probably done a million times, but if lately, you’ve been more inclined to sweatpants, oversized tees, and homemade lattes, you might not feel the most inspired to put together a stylish brunch outfit.
Luckily, you already know the basics: You’ll want to be comfortable but not messy, stylish but not try-hard, and, most of all, dress code appropriate. Unless you’re going to that kind of brunch (more power to you!), dress codes can range from cutoff jeans and sneakers to a midi skirt topped with an oversized blazer. For Vince chief creative officer Caroline Belhumeur, polished pants are a great option for their versatility. “We’re seeing wide leg pants continuing forward as a macro trend,” she explains. “She can wear them with a little top or an unbuttoned overshirt.”
The key is that even when you’re dressing to impress, you want to make sure that you’re comfortable in what you’re wearing. If you choose to finish a look with heels, definitely aim for styles that won’t leave your feet aching before the food even comes. And, speaking of food, make sure you don’t wear anything too tight—there’s nothing worse than feeling uncomfortable as you get up from the table.
There’s no shortage of inspiration—and Instagrammable outfits—out there. Ahead, find sartorially inspiring weekend brunch looks so you can enjoy your oat-milk latte and avocado toast in style.