(Closed) What do you bees wear at home?

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Post # 121
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Busy bee

molokoa:  I tend to feel more comfy in a bra, but then again, I’ve got a fairly large bust, and wear well fitting bras. Even if I’m just hanging around the house for an entire day, I still put on a bra and clothes, even if it’s just a really comfy jersey dress or a tunic and leggings.

 

I’ve got a few pairs of super comfortable jeans too, and in fact I’m wearing a pair of them today.

Post # 122
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

mrs2014:  cute sweat pants/shorts (like VS type, not overly baggy and sloppy kind) or leggings with a slouchy top or tank. 

I’m never in jeans, dresses, jumpsuits, etc. when at home… I like to dress comfy, but still look cute and girly. 

Oh, and no bra. 

Post # 123
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Helper bee

LaHormiga:  SAME.  As soon as I come home, my pants come right off.  No wayyy am I going to wear pants at home.  I go with shorts (super comfy ones) if there are people over, and just undies if I’m alone with Fiance.  I’m a frequent dress wearer though, so if I wore a dress out of the house, I won’t change until just before bed.  In the winter when it’s absolutely impossible to go pants-less, I have a pair of fleece sweats that I’ll wear too.

Post # 124
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Worker bee

Leggings and cotton t shirts!! hahah

Post # 125
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Bumble bee

After work= workout clothes or leggings and long fitted tees mostly until i change into jammies

Weekends just longing = maxi dress or super somple tank dress. I love dresses so im usually in one if im going out or staying in. I also love jeans and tshirts (my fiance hates such a casual look) but that’s not confy to lounge in so you’d never catch me in jsans just to hang out in the house

Post # 126
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Buzzing bee

It depends on the day, but usually jeggings or yoga pants and a nice but not super nice shirt. On Saturdays we usually just stay in our pjs until we have to go somewhere.

Post # 127
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

Pajamas as much as possible, or sweats, and every day go to outfit is yoga pants lol!

Post # 128
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Bumble bee

mrs2014:  I hardly think sweatpants and no makeup counts as “sloppy” in your own home, and I’m not going to take the time to straighten my naturally bushy hair if I’m not going anywhere. If going natural at home is considered sloppy, then shame on me.

Post # 129
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

Assless chaps.

Post # 130
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: A very pretty church.

mrs2014:  I mean ‘too formal’ within your own home. I was just surprised that most posters take off their jeans ASAP, I think of jeans as very casual (and they should be comfortable…I draw the line at sleeping in them but otherwise). I don’t wear jeans much in summer but that’s because they are too hot! When the temperature rises I become very clothing optional at home.

Post # 131
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Busy bee

I wear leggings and a top that’s least somewhat cute (nice fitting, etc), but stretchy. I feel self-conscicous without a bra, so I found really comfy ones by Jockey that are like sports bras with delicate straps. I LOVE them — totally comfortable and great for around the house, travelling, etc.

btw, those bras are also great under tops and dresses that show too much skin. they basically look like you have a tank on under, so they don’t look bad if they peek out. they don’t have amazing support, but keep me from feeling like I’m boobing all over the place. 

Post # 132
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Helper bee

underwear, a tshirt and a robe over it. i love it cuz it’s comfy and he loves it cuz it’s easy access LOL

Post # 133
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

soft clothes 🙂 so leggings/yoga pants and tshirts. and always a bra bc i’m big in the bust and it makes me feel more comfortable!

Post # 134
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: Disneyland - January 2016

I “frumpify” pretty much the second I get home and I know I won’t be going out again. That pretty much means pajamas all the way, super baggy and I don’t care if it’s cute or not. I don’t feel particularly comfy in tighter clothes like leggings or slim cut t-shirts, so it’s always something a couple sizes too big. I don’t really much see the point in staying nicely dressed if I’m inside my own home and I’m just with my family/fiance. They know what I look like and I don’t want to add extra wear to my nice clothes.

I couldn’t imagine using jeans as something to lounge in, ugh, how uncomfortable. And while I like my dresses, I try to keep them nice so I hang them up once I’m home if they don’t need to be washed.

Post # 135
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

I hate wearing pants if I don’t have to, so usually when I am home I am either in shorts, pj pants, yoga pants, or just panties and a tank top, t-shirt, or sweatshirt. I do have on makeup, my hair is usually done all day anyway, and I keep a pair of yoga pants downstairs (for times when I am just in my underwear and someone stops by), so I still feel comfortable around other people if we have unexpected visitors.  

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