Nadine O’Regan: Will the pandemic finally deliver a revolution in comfort dressing?

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18th April, 2021
Nadine O’Regan: Will the pandemic finally deliver a revolution in comfort dressing?
Keeping it casual at Milan Fashion week: discomfort as a default for stylish dressing has gone out the window since the pandemic began

Over the past few weeks, I have spent more time than strictly necessary comfort shopping online. In the dead of night, I have browsed fashion websites with the aim of updating my wardrobe for summer 2021.

Well, I say partly to update my wardrobe, but also because I’m getting married soon and while we won’t have a normal-sized wedding owing to restrictions, there is an old tradition for brides to have something called a bridal trousseau....

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