My daily work attire is a pair of sneakers and some yoga pants, but if I did have to go into an office to, like, um, I don’t know…bring one of my roommates lunch?…this would be my idea of business causal. A blazer, simple heels, and a touch of rock ‘n roll with the metallic printed pants and necklace.
When I’m not wearing workout clothing, I pretty much live in (faux) leather leggings and a comfy sweater. I’ll throw on a pair of reflective sunglasses to make this otherwise simple, casual outfit a little more fun.
What doesn’t, however, make this simple, casual outfit a little more fun is having to break into a second-story window while wearing said outfit. After I took these pictures, I realized I had locked my house key inside, and had to climb up the roof to the only unlocked window and shimmy headfirst inside. Luckily I’ve seen Home Alone 2: Lost in New York like 80 times, so have breaking and entering down to a science.
WEARING | sweater & beaded bracelet: No Rest for Bridget // blouse: H&M // leggings: ASOS // booties: Zara // sunglasses: Quay // watch: c/o Timex // DIY stud bracelet: make your own with this tutorial
Do you have any good stories about getting locked out of your house? One time in college getting locked out ended with me and my roommate sleeping in moving boxes on our deck…there may or may not have been alcohol involved with that one.
Honestly, going to a mall on Black Friday sounds about as fun to me as going to the Apple Store the day a new iPhone is released or Town Hall the day after resident parking stickers expire. No. Thanks. But Black Friday shopping online? While I sit on the couch in my post-Thanksgiving sweatpants, fat, happy and slightly hungover? Oh HELL to the YES.
One website you should visit while binge shopping for workout clothes/active wear today is Lolë. They reached out to me a while ago, and in addition to their zip-ups and yoga pants, I especially loved the concept of their Yellow Label. All of the Yellow Label coats for sale have been donated (some by celebrities), and proceeds go to Ample Harvest, a charity helping the fight against huger and malnutrition. Kyle Richards (yes, look at me, I’m talking about The Real Housewives again) has a gorgeous coat up for sale right now here, with the minimum contribution starting at $40.
Usually any online shopping I do on Black Friday honestly ends up being for…myself (worst Santa ever), so I’m going to try to refrain altogether. But thanks to companies using the buy-one-give-one model it is kinda possible to shop for numero uno while still giving…
Are you doing any Black Friday shopping? Do you brave the crowds or go online?