Post # 31
I dress like I could at any moment go for an impromptu run, I mean I won’t, but I look as though I could. My everyday style is athletic tights and a half zip top or light hoodie. In winter this is my wear (almost) everywhere except work look. Summer it’s just basically swaping in shorts and an athletic tank. Gym rat chique!
Post # 32
I work from home and you never catch me in anything other than grungy sweats while in the comfort of my home. Maybe leggings if I am feeling super fancy.
Post # 33
mimivac : Jeans with some stretch to them, a tshirt, slippers and a rather unflattering cardigan that is cozy as all get out. 🙂 Definitely fine when someone knocks at the door but very comfortable.
Post # 34
I have these pants from Lucy:
I wear those or some flare yoga pants from Lole (which go up to my bellybotton, which I find much more comfy in tighter fitting pants)
And then I just wear a comfy tank top or tee. Marine Layer makes amaaazing shirts. I’ll also get tanks from Lucy.com when they’re on sale.
Post # 35
mimivac : aww thanks! Made me blush. It’s super simple, comfy light layers. Feel free to pm me if you like and I can shoot you some links to my favorite staples 🙂
Post # 36
Walmart seamless leggings and either a tunic or a sweatshirt. Usually a sports-type bra or my most comfy one. Slippers too.
Post # 37
I’m a Stay-At-Home Mom, so my outfits usually consist of leggings, t shirts, and white converse. Bonus points if they’re lularoe leggings that feel like I’m practically wearing nothing 😍
Post # 38
After work I change into leggings, pajamas, or my DH’s sweats that I stole. I don’t see what’s wrong with friends seeing me in those things. My boss will even come by to drop off maps and stuff for me in the evenings sometimes and I don’t change. I work a job that is mostly in the bush (Forester), so if someone catches me showered it’s a good day.
If I’m spending the day at home, I will usually try harder for my own sanity and will wear leggings and a nicer top and put on some makeup.
Post # 39
After I get home from work, I continue to wear my work clothes until I shower later in the evening. On weekends I wear running race shirts or other casual shirts along with athletic shorts or pants. It is a casual look, but I like it. Otherwise, I’d have nowhere else to wear them.
Post # 40
Either leggings or cute knit shorts, and a soft knit top, sweatshirt if needed. I like hanging around in cute PJs too, but that doesn’t work when I need to take the dog out right before bed 🙂
Post # 41
Apparently I am a bum because as soon as I get home from work my bra comes off and I’m in my granny panties and a huge t-shirt. Pretty much all the other times I’m in workout capris and a t-shirt. My Darling Husband works at Nike so he’s in gym clothes 24/7 too. And I would feel more than comfortable entertaining a rando in my leggings/Yoga pants/whatever you want to call them because I’m one of those people that wears this in public anyways…if you expected me to be dressed all cute, then you don’t know me well enough to be stopping by my house.
Post # 42
More yoga pants and leggings here.
I wear something like this most of the time. I also go to the shop/library like that. Friends pop round for a cuppa and I wouldn’t get changed.
Post # 43
Either pyjama pants, tracksuit pants or leggings with a singlet, T-shirt or jumper. Shorts in summer. I walk my dog and go to the shops in everything except pyjamas.
Post # 44
Nothing if I can help it, If I have to I’m in pajamas. But if no pajamas im in running shorts and a tank top
Post # 45
mimivac : try jeggins. They are as comfy as sweatpants but look nicer!
I wonder if it’s a cultural thing actually. Most ppls in places I live and lived in Weatern Europe don’t tend to change when they get home (unless you wear a suit or a fancy dress). I had to explain the concept to my Darling Husband and this year he got his first sweatpants to wear at home 😉