Lady Gaga's Stay-Home Style Is Just So Real on a Saturday Night
In actuality, most of us have been wearing different variations of the sweatsuit during the lockdown, whether it be a co-ord set or maybe the very outfit we slept in the night before. There's no shame in catering to your own stay-at-home style. Personally, on a Friday or Saturday night, I've been enjoying taking things to the next level. For me, that means lightweight pants and a bodysuit or a pair of jeans and a fitted ribbed tank. That's why Lady Gaga's style spoke to me the most as I sat in my living room enjoying the virtual One World: Together at Home concert, curated by Gaga herself along with the World Health Organization and Global Citizen. The program was meant to support and celebrate healthcare workers and raised over $127 million for coronavirus relief.
Although Lady Gaga is known to up the ante in anything and everything extravagant when it comes to her wardrobe (she recently released '80s-inspired bop "Stupid Love," for which she wears plenty of hot-pink latex in the music video), it was nice to see her in something just like what I was wearing. In fact, if I had a striped paper-bag trouser like Gaga's, you can bet it would've already been thrown into my rotation. Scroll through to watch her performance of Charlie Chaplin's "Smile," and take a peek at some similar slacks I found if you're in the market.