There's nothing wrong about wearing sweats, tees, big white socks, or anything else that makes us feel good at home. Or profane tee shirts, just saying. But I like to experiment at home, too, and pick up my look for my own satisfaction. And if I am writing or singing at home, a "nice" outfit helps me feel more confident. Weird, but true.
Here are two cool at-home - or going out - looks I recently picked up at the Molly Mutt Thrift, where I volunteer. It's fun to wear pretty clothes and lipstick even if I only see Sandy - and today, the guy who measures for blinds (don't get me started, window coverings are a little hell on earth.)
I put on shoes for you!
|This vintage cotton kimono (similar) is happy-wear. I have to smile oddly when I wear it. Basic dark denim trousers,|
(sim) my favorite bracelet, and cute flat sandals (sim) finish the look. Now, coffee!
|My dear friend and thrift store manager Bryan gifted me this vintage silk jacket (similar). Love you, Bryan. It's |
going to NYC with me in a few weeks.
What's your at-home style?
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