I tend to think of the majority of my days as two main occasions (for dressing purposes). I have work from home outfits, and I have going out outfits. Yes, of course I also have gym clothes, pajamas, and a few fancy things for special occasions. But overall I tend to think, “Can I easily cook, photograph, run errands, and/or do computer work in this?” If yes, then it’s a work from home outfit. I TRY to make my work from home clothes something I would be fine to wear out of the house, but I don’t succeed every day. 🙂
I would consider this outfit a work from home success story. It’s comfy but still pretty cute. I don’t feel like I’m trying too hard, but if I ran into someone from high school while at the fabric store, I wouldn’t be embarrassed.
Hmm. Maybe my standards are a bit low in this area? Hmm…
What do you think, sister? You on the comfy clothes band wagon too?
Lately I’ve been experimenting with a casual, but not lazy, way of dressing. It’s something I’ve needed in my life for a long time (you’ve heard my yoga pants confessions). When we moved to Nashville last year, I vowed to stop wearing my pajamas in public, and then I lasted all of three days!!! Haha! I feel like it’s not fair that you guys only get to see my cute outfits, but you’ll have to use your imagination because there’s a 0% chance I’m going to do a yoga pants sister style.
Anyway! I’ve been looking for outfits that are comfortable, casual, easy and still put together and cute. This shift dress is a new favorite of mine, and I’m loving comfy dresses (and sometimes tights) a whole lot this season.
I took a poll for, like, two weeks and found out that about 80% of people thought my Larry David pin was Bernie Sanders. Haha! I guess they’re kind of the same person (via SNL). Too funny!