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…
I even wore this comfy outfit out later this day when I went to see Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them—which ruled! But don't even get me started on that—ha!
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.
Elsie's Wearing: Shift Dress/Shop Studio DIY, Jacket/Madewell, Hat/F21 (similar), Bag/Fossil, Clogs/Swedish Hasbeens, Necklace/Madewell. Pins: Bernie Sanders Pin (haha jk), Dolly Parton Pin, Pizza BFF Pin, Black Tulip Pin. xoxo! Emma + Elsie