This post is sponsored by The Fashion Foundation. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
One of the things I finally realized about my style is that it’s 95% based on comfort. You know, I’m just not that dedicated to it. I don’t take it nearly serious enough to rock stilettos all day (in fact I haven’t owned stilettos for at least five years). I just want my outfit to allow me to live a happy life. I like to wear cool and unique things, because of how it affects my attitude and confidence level, but I don’t like to go sooo unique and sooo cool that it restricts my ability to walk or twirl or whatever random movement I feel like doing at any given moment!!!
I also just like loose clothing. It’s a fact. I hate things that touch my belly. It’s weird, but I don’t care. Maybe if I were like 15 lbs lighter that would be different, but at the rate at which I have been consuming carbs and cheese lately… it ain’t happenin’ for me. This means that everything connected to my torso is usually flowy or at least flairs out at some point.
This shirt dress feels like pajamas, and I must admit I tend to wear a comfy sports bra and little, spandex-like shorts underneath so I can be completely carefree in it. Ha. Nothing… I mean nothinggg is constricting or requires work (don’t have to worry about my dress blowing up and scarring the universe). I’ll admit, it’s probably relatively unattractive, but that just means I love it more. Lol. Sorry, husband, but you know I don’t care about being cute 24/7.
It also means I rely on my accessories to make up for the semi-drab outfit. I usually do my signature Rosie the Riveter headband thing and don a pair of sandals (I convinced myself not to do Birks for once). This time, I had some new cute accessories to throw into the mix! I partnered with The Fashion Foundation (whom I’ve written about before here and here) and tried out some cute rose gold earrings and a structured black bag.
I’ve told you about the company before, but basically: you can donate gently used clothes and accessories or purchase what’s been donated on their site. The proceeds go to providing school supplies for students in need. It’s a great company and I love the pairing of fashion and charity. This world needs a lot of love right now, so I love how hard their working to help kids in need. Take a look around their online shop here.
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Let me know how you escape home in “pretty much pajamas” in the comments below!