At the beginning of the year, I started a job as a Bridal Stylist for a bridal salon. As a bridal stylist, the dress code is business professional, all black. Long ago, [two months ago...], back when I was just a free-spirit little lamb chop who had no such dress code, I was all about dressing up, allllll the time. Needed to go out for milk? You best have on your cutest off-the-shoulder top. Craving a doughnut? Heels and nails painted. Stopping by Rite Aid? Wedges and a leather jacket.
But as all ridiculous, weird things do, my ultra-wardrobe motivation has come to an end.
Now that I have some more wardrobe rules to abide by, whenever I'm home, I'm pretty much always in leggings and wearing some sort of slipper that I'm pretending is a shoe.
I still love fashion and dressing up, but for the days I have off when it's just me and a my vegan nachos watching the bachelor at home, I like to meet somewhere in the middle. This is my favorite comfy, but I can still go to the grocery store, day-off outfit.
My striped Blu Pepper sweater, my cozy and easy Forever 21 Jeans, and my comfy Sanuks.