Regardless of the antics of New Year's Eve, the following day always tends to involve being sedentary for at least a few hours of the day, enjoying the last of the bank holidays until the end of spring.

With that in mind, no manner of jeans will suffice and only the softest cotton and cashmere should be considered. With winter really only starting to settle in it is the perfect time to stock up on super-soft basics and some luxury loungewear that may never be worn out of the house but will certainly be worth it.

From simple wool mix jogging pants to cotton rich layers, woollen sweater dresses and lux silk trousers, we have found the best loungewear to drape yourself in on New Year's Day and relax in throughout the year.

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Eberjey Cozy Rib stretch modal-blend top; £85, Cozy Rib stretch modal-blend pants; £65

Lora High Neck Midi Dress; £80 (was £160), Whistles

Cashmere Bed Socks; £35, The White Company

Drape Pants; £12.90, Uniqlo

Pure Cashmere Round Neck Perforated Jumper; £64.50 (was £119), Marks and Spencer

Charcoal Short Sleeve Maxi Dress; £30, Next

Gray & Willow Giant Rib Throw, Cream; £60 (was £120), House of Fraser

Acne Studios Apolo fringed wool poncho; £250, Matchesfashion

Walkington slipper socks; £15 (Was £29.50), Jack Wills

Olsen sleeveless knit; £87.50 (was £125), Blake LDN

Raey Oversized roll-neck cashmere sweater; £227 (was £325), Matchesfashion

Fleur du Mal floral print pajama trousers; £384.93, Farfetch

Cashmere Asymmetric Jumper; £170.00, Whistles

Cotton classic long-sleeve crew neck T-shirt; £50, Bodas

Brooklyn jogger; £19.99 (was £34.95), Gap