When trends first roll around, there are some that we鈥檙e immediately crazy about (see everything 鈥90s related) and some that take some time to warm up to (cough, cough culottes). The three trends highlighted here definitely fall into the latter category. They might look weird now, but just remember, there was once a time when we said we鈥檇 never wear overalls as an adult, and look at us now.

Robe Dresses

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Why It鈥檚 鈥淲eird鈥: Let鈥檚 go ahead and start by calling out the obvious: this style dress looks pretty much exactly like what you鈥檝e been wearing around the house for forever. But if you can get over the Hugh Hefner feel of this ultra relaxed style, it could be a great alternative to the classic 鈥70s-inspired wrap dress.

Why You鈥檒l Love It: Uh, mostly (or mainly) because it鈥檒l feel like you鈥檙e wearing pajamas all day long, and life doesn鈥檛 really get much better than that.

Try: If you鈥檙e ready to jump headfirst into the loungewear as ready-to-wear look, try the super silky Tora Dress ($268) from Reformation. If you want something that鈥檚 a little bit more structured and could totally work for the office, go for Cos鈥 Long Blazer Dress ($135).

Furry Shoes

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Why It鈥檚 鈥淲eird鈥: Whether it gives you some extreme 鈥90s fashion nostalgia or makes you think about those dreaded UGG days, fur + shoes seems like a really bizarre combination at first, but when that chillier weather starts to roll around we鈥檙e guessing you鈥檒l see it differently.

Why You鈥檒l Love It: While there is a definite throwback element here, the trend has come back in a very current kind of way. Rather than sloppy-looking boots, the fuzzy material is combined with ultra-refined styles that evoke a yin and yang kind of equation.

Try: If you鈥檙e ready to really jump into this trend and are up for a major designer splurge, go for these Gucci fur-lined loafers ($995) that have been spotted on everyone from Alexa Chung to Leandra Medine (AKA The Man Repeller). If you鈥檙e more into the 鈥90s iteration of the trend, go for these Cher Horowitz-approved heels by rocking Nasty Gal鈥檚 Knock 鈥楨m Dead Pump ($88).

Utilitarian聽Jumpsuits

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Why It鈥檚 鈥淲eird鈥: Unlike most of the figure-flattering jumpsuits we鈥檝e been spotting over the last couple of years, this style basically forgos any idea of a defined shape. Blame it on the rising popularity of baggy overalls, but that relaxed, workwear sort of vibe has definitely transferred over to this garment.

Why You鈥檒l Love It: This laidback version of the ultra-popular jumpsuit trend is basically the epitome of loungewear. You can forget about the days of fidgeting with your super tight pencil skirt or adjusting and readjusting your tucked-in button-down. Plus when paired with a dressy shoe (like the style on the right), it鈥檚 easy to give this style a more formal feel.

Try: To go full utilitarian on this thing, try Free People鈥檚 Mechanic Jumpsuit ($458). If you want a little bit more structure, opt for this denim utility jumpsuit ($63) from ASOS that definitely gives off the same vibe but isn鈥檛 quite as masculine.

Would you rock any of these looks? Tell us what you think in the comments below.