The New SKIMS Collection Just Dropped — & It's Surprisingly Cozy

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If your holiday plans include snuggling up on the sofa and reading by the fire, you'll need an outfit to match your R&R vibes. And luckily, Kim Kardashian's new SKIMS' collection is here just in time for the unofficial kick off to hibernation-season. The entrepreneur's fresh lineup of ultra-cozy pieces will get you out of those old sweats and into luxe loungewear that you won't need to change out of when relatives unexpectedly drop by for a visit.

The newly launched SKIMS' Cozy Collection is equal parts style and comfort. The range includes a tank, short, pant, and robe in four easy-to-wear neutral hues: "Bone," "Dusk," "Cocoa," and "Onyx." Made of breathable and stretchy boucle yarn, these pieces have all the makings of becoming your at-home winter uniform.

Whether you're hosting a movie night with friends or having a solo evening in with your latest read, these styles will have you looking and feeling good. You can pair up the short, $58, with the tank, $52, when your home is already feeling toasty, or you can slip into the pant, $88, and throw on the $128 robe — which can be worn closed with the belt or open as a duster — to beat the chill. And given the styles are all offered in easy to mix-and-match shades, if you don't want to do a head-to-toe look in one color à la Kim Kardashian, you can create a multi-hued outfit that's just as chic.

Of course, with it being the season of giving, this collection also provides for great gifting. Snag the robe in a few colors for your nearest and dearest to enjoy. Or, really treat a special someone in your life by wrapping up the entire set.

Continue on to shop pieces from the new Cozy Collection to give your loungewear drawer a refresh for the coldest months of the year. And, while you're shopping, consider scooping up a few pieces for loved ones — so they can relax in style, too.

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