Are there days that feel exactly the same to you? Here in the States we’re still staying home. And if you tell me you’ve thought about letting go of getting dressed up, I would have to admit that I’ve felt the same.
Some days are hard. Some days need yoga pants. Some days need pjs.
And then there are the days that I’m dressing up to stay home.
I think this is where I’m supposed to tell you that dressing up will make you feel better. And it might. It usually does for me! Dressing up also gives you a chance to play (I mean, no one is going to see you!), so try out every wild thing you’ve ever come up with!
Dressing up might not make you feel better. And loves, that’s ok too. I’m a firm believer in the power of fashion and of our stories and the connection between fashion and our stories.
Things are crazy bananas-every day is like a roller coaster. There is no right way to feel. And fashion might not fix it.
Do I think you’ll regret dressing up? No. Dressing up brings me joy, I hope it brings you joy too, but it may not always work.
So, what can we do?
I think we do what’s best for us, based on the day. Sometimes it’ll be yoga pants. Sometimes pjs. Sometimes it will be dressing up.
(And if you do dress up, might I recommend a caftan? It will look like $1MillION and feel like pjs! It’s the best of both worlds! I have written about caftans here, here, and here. It’s no secret that I think caftans are both a secret weapon and a must have!)
This caftan happens to be sold out but I’ve linked similar ones (as well as a necklace that’s an exact twin to this one!). This weekend? I may just dress up, see how it makes staying at stay feel.
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