As a stay at home mom, my day is basically running errands, going to the playground, cooking and
procrastinating about cleaning. I spend a lot of time in comfortable, casual clothes. As we transition into spring (effin cold in Chicago), I'm finding that my closet hasn't quite caught on to this style. Are cowboy boots appropriate for walking to the grocery store?
I love the Anthropologie sweater given to me by my friend. It's one of my favorite finds from someone else's closet. It's perfect to wear with leggings. It dips down far enough to cover crotch area. It can be wrapped and belted too. Sleeves move up and down. It's total grandpa chic-dom. (awesome made up word).
Underneath the sweater is the bare minimum of casual dress -- a tee and leggings. Horses are on my t-shirt and that makes me happy. I think it was new when I thrifted it. I found it in the kids section so when I pulled it on over my non kid chest the horses went running in all different directions creating a cozy vintage look.
Yes, I'm doing the leggings thing again. I have flopped on the pants as leggings issue. Elastic waist is just too much for me to resist. Even with pockets, these leggings made me feel slightly pantless. Womp. Womp. Comfortable and casual non-frump dressing can be hard.
What's your stay at home mom casual style?
THRIFT horse tee - denim leggings - Foster Grant sunglasses FREE Anthropologie sweater - Park Stop cowboy boots c/o Diba True RETAIL NY&Co long sleeve tee
In other news, have you checked out the gorgeous vintage clutch and other goodies I'm giving away?