2 Cozy Chic Looks With The Zella Live-In Joggers
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Greetings, and hello Monday! The countdown is ON. I can’t believe it’s Thanksgiving week already!
Today I’ve got two cozy-chic looks with the Zella Live-In Pocket Joggers. I’m calling it now — one of these will be my Black Friday shopping outfit. They’re both perfect for a day of online shopping with Christmas music playing in the background.
I plan to make myself a giant latte, get Paul to build a fire in the fireplace, and knock out all of my holiday shopping from the comfort of my couch. Who’s with me?
Everyone loves these Zella Live-In Pocket Joggers, and they’re a really good value for the price point. They have a 27″ inseam with a comfortable 11″ front rise and a wide elastic/drawstring waist.
Plus, there are generous front slant pockets that will hold a smartphone, and a small zipper pocket that makes a great place to stash a car key or credit card.
The material is soft yet substantial, and they wash and dry up nicely. I’ve washed and worn mine many times since purchasing them last spring, and they still look like new.
I love Nordstrom’s Zella brand for stylish activewear at prices that don’t break the budget. This plush fleece pullover is sooooo soft and cozy. I seriously did not want to take it off after we shot this look… in fact, I didn’t. I wore it for a good portion of the day.
It comes in several solid colors and a trendy camo print, but this black/grey sheldon print caught my eye. I love how it pairs with the black pants, and I’ve also worn it with black jeans and sneakers.
I really like the cut of this pullover too, with the traditional shoulder seams and a straight, boxy fit; and the funnel neck helps keep you warm without feeling constricting.
It’s 24″ long in the front and 26″ long in the back, with a split hem. You can layer it over a tank or tee, or wear it right against the skin.
For some reason, this print appears to be suddenly gone from the website! I don’t know what’s up with that. The camo is really fun too, and the solids are nice as well.
I also picked up the Zella Carey Funnel Neck Pullover, intending to keep one of these tops and return the other, but I couldn’t resist keeping both. While they have similar features, they’re still quite different.
This one has more of an oversized/crop fit, with a 22 1/2″ front length and 26″ back length; and I love the horizontal rib texture and the relaxed funnel neck.
I’m wearing the Brown Terrain, but I would call it more of a mauve. It also comes in grey, ivory, navy, and a very pale pink.
Don’t you love how I switched from coffee to wine? Clearly I’m planning to shop alllllll day long on Black Friday. Ha!
Also, pardon the empty box in the background… Seriously, how do I not see these things? #thisishowwereallylive
It’s thick and cozy, but not quite as fuzzy-soft as the fleece pullover, and it also fits a little looser, so I like to wear it over a tank top or tee so I don’t feel a draft.
Both tops and the joggers run true to size; I wear a small in all three.
If you’re in need of a loungewear refresh, be sure to take a look at the Zella line at Nordstrom.
As always, when you shop at Nordstrom, you get their free shipping and free returns. And don’t forget about their BOPUS (Buy Online Pick Up in Store) and contactless curbside pickup options.
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photos: Alison Cornell