Since we are all quarantined might as well be comfortable as possible I generally wear the baggiest clothes I can find in my closet for “work from home chic” comfort. Some days I wear a maxi skirt and a tshirt and other days I put this look together. The pants are extra big from PrettyLittleThings. The shirt is from Missquided. Super comfy.
Instead of “Easy Chic” looks, I should have titled this post “Quarantined Looks” or “Corn Teen Looks” because basically these are “sit-in-the-house-work-from-home” outfit of the days.
I don’t mind at all. I honestly love the comfort of home and all that it brings. 🙂
Be safe everyone.
It has taken me several years to finally figure out my style. Well, let me preface this statement by saying that I have always been into fashion and I have always had a “boho-chic-Erykah-Badu-ism” look but I would experiment with various styles too (knowing good and well I could potentially look like a durn potato).
I tried the “grown up suit look” which was very uncomfortable. The “bodycon-let-me-show-you-my-figure-while-I-hold-my-stomach-in” look too. Equally as uncomfortable. It wasn’t until the last year or so where I was like
“Hold on! This “tshirt-maxi-dress-bell-bottoms” look is when I feel the most comfortable.
I am at the age where “comfort is king”. So from now on I wear what makes me feel comfortable and chic with a tab bit of sexy. That’s genuinely me.
So recently, I have been focusing on striving to improve Michal.
“Focus on the things that will generate the greatest reward.”
Sometimes I wish I would have started sooner but everything has it’s timing. This is the main reason why many people say “Start Today!” or as I tell my boys all the time
“Do something today that your future self will thank you for.”
Anywho, this is a fashion blog and not a diary so let’s discuss my #OOTD. It’s somewhat tomboy chic. I was never much of a tomboy but I do like the style. The older I get the more I enjoy comfort like the boyfriend jeans from Target (that I bought a few sizes up) and my super comfy, cozy sweater that I purchased from guess where? Wally World for $3. Gotta love an awesome bargain.
Is green a seasonal color? Asking for a friend. Actually, asking for myself.
Green is one of those colors that doesn’t get a lot of recognition, I guess because it’s kinda of bland in a way
……..but you can spruce it up with bold colors like my highlighter thigh high Steve Madden boots or my extra, extra, extra long headwrap.
Shhh, don’t tell anyone but the head scarf is like 4 yards of fabric tied around my head. It’s kinda heavy too and “Whoa” getting into your car is a whole event. 🙂
I don’t always layer my clothes but when I do I make sure I am super comfortable. Layered looks I feel are my specialty. It’s basically my secret for extending my summer clothes into the fall and winter. A little sweatshirt here, tights underneath there, a plaid shirt (possibly stolen from my oldest) and you have an layered look to love.
I spy with my “fashion eye” a Spring 2020 style trend.
Do you see it?
In the first picture, look at the model Simone’s pant legs and how the straps of the heels are wrapped fashionably around her legs.
If you did not notice this initially, watch, you are going to start seeing this trend in photos and fashion editorials. That’s just how life works.
I actually experimented with this concept last summer with a pair of lace pants that were way too short for my liking. Once I wrapped the straps of my heels around the outside of the pants, “Voila!” instantly stylish.
Do you see any other trends from this ultra-glam fashion editorial?