What do you wear around the house?

posted 3 years ago in The Lounge
Post # 46
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 2021 - City, State

Jeans and a tshirt, jersey loose dresses and weird tights also. But I’m a student bum 

Post # 47
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

Yoga pants/sweatpants and teeshirts. Yes, I’d change before entertaining or going out and I rarely have unexpected guests just dropping by.

Post # 48
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Helper bee

 

I always slip into some beautiful lingerie and a sexy negligee to keep myself warm…

 

Just kidding. I slip into whatever I can find that is NOT tight. That can be a pyjama, a t-shirt, BFs thsirt, sweatpants, sweatshorts if it’s hot, never yoga pants (ughhh they are tight? Why would anyone want to wear that??), a cosy sweather, mine of BFs, sometimes Bfs jeans when all the comfy pants are dirty, or the apartment is such a mess that I can’t a single pair. Yeah, I am really sloppy when I am at home.. When I go outside the apartment I am almost always in a nice skirt or nice pants, and heels/high heeled boots, though.

Post # 49
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2014 - Nazareth Hall

mimivac :  I wear yoga pants, a sports bra, and a tee or long sleeve shirt depending on how cold I am. I also have some lounge rompers and I hang around in those in the summer time. I will say though, I work in a casual atmosphere and don’t generally change when I get home. Most days I wear jeans or black yoga pants so there is no need for me to change to get comfortable.

Post # 50
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Bumble bee

Leggings and a tunic.  Sometimes, I’ll throw on jeans.

Post # 51
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2016

After work and on the weekends, I also wear athletic pants (sometimes yoga pants, sometimes sweat pants), and a tshirt.  If I’m going out to run errands, or if a friend is coming over, I change into jeans and a nicer tshirt or sweatshirt.

Post # 52
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

mimivac :  Leggings and a tee. add a sweatshirt when cold. I am a casual person so I would be ok if a close friend came over.

Post # 53
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

I work out at home when I get home so after that I change into my pj’s to make dinner (usually cute PJ shorts and a tshirt). On weekends I wear yoga pants and a hoodie or overized thsirt. I have a lot of Lululemon and VS pink so I feel put together and comfy. I would never wear jeans to just sit around the house – so uncomfortable!

Post # 54
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

I’m a booty shorts, reading socks (the kind that go to your thigh) and tight cami with no bra kind of girl. (I fucking hate bras.) Unless I’m cleaning. Then it’s flannels and again a cami with no bra.

Post # 55
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

I wear yoga pants and a shirt (not a t-shirt but a cotton top think like J.Crew style) until about 9 pm and then I take off the yoga pants and wear boyshorts around the house and sometimes change into a t-shirt.

I frequently wear yoga pants out of the house and while entertaining so it would never cross my mind to change clothes. All of my yogas are Lululemon, which, IMO, look nice enough for casual entertaining and errands.

Post # 56
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2017

mimivac :  I normally wear yoga pants and a tank, but no bra everrrrr (seriously the best part of being home). If it is winter time I wear a zip up hoodie over the tank. My Fiance just bought me some men’s pajama pants that are really fuzzy so I’ve been wearing those more than yogies lately. I can’t believe how comfy mens pajama pants are!! I’m not a fashionista when I’m at home though so maybe I’m the wrong person to ask. My only requirement for my lounge attire is that it has to be comfortable.

 

Post # 57
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Honey bee

mimivac :  It depends. If it is colder weather, sweats. If it’s room temp outside, like 70’s, boxer shorts and white t-shirt. If it’s hot, I have sleeveless cotton house dresses. And I always wear house slippers by the way. 

I have 3 sets of clothing. One is “house clothes”. The second one is “work clothes” and third one is “going out” clothes. I never wear jeans in the house as I find them usually too restrictive or heavy. I wanna be very comfy. 

Post # 58
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Helper bee

To be honest/TMI I strip out of work clothes the minute I get home and walk around the house in underwear until I get cold, then I might put on flannel pants/hoodie or just a big t-shirt.

I don’t “do” clothes unless I have to. If someone sees something in the window that they don’t like, that is their problem not mine.

If someone stops by unannounced, I run into a room with clothes and make Fiance answer the door. Or I just don’t answer it if I am alone. Or I run around like a chicken with it’s head cut off finding clothes to answer the door.

If I’m expecting Take-out delivery, I put on jean shorts and a t-shirt.

Post # 60
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Worker bee

 Spring/fall/winter – Leggings and my bf t-shirt or a slim fit v neck t-shirt.

Summer – Cloth shorts and a tank top.

Wouldn’t mind wearing either if anyone stopped by ☺

I don’t think I could ever willingly put on jeans to hang out around the house.

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