We all have those days: You know, the ones where you are too tired to think after that long night, or those days where you're sick and can't even lift your head. You want nothing more than to hit the snooze button and curl back into bed- only you can't, because you have to roll out of bed and face the day- tired. And what's the hardest thing in the world when you're tired and lazy? Deciding what to wear.
Cringing at the thought of getting dressed for a lazy day? Here are a few outfits you can easily pull off
Simple & Chic
Nothing says quick and easy fashion like a dress. Pop one on and your outfit is as good as done. And all thats left is a nice pair of flats that will make you light on your feet and help you out the door quick!
Basic Wardrobe Staples
When it comes to a lazy day outfit, it's important to make sure you have some good basic wardrobe staples to throw together last-minute. And what's more basic than the old standby, jeans and a tee-shirt?
Tee-shirts come in all shapes and sizes, but when it comes to lazy days, it's probably best to stick to basics. For lazy day tees, look for simple cuts in fun colors and styles and avoid too many graphics, as they make it harder for you to match them with other pieces.
The same goes for jeans; make sure you have a couple pairs that are comfortable enough to lounge in- they'll be the first thing, you'll want to put on before you leave the house.
With your important bits all covered up, all you'll have left to do is slip on a pair of comfy sneakers.
Comfy & Cool
A great way to work comfort into your lazy day wardrobe is by working the oversized trend and investing in an oversized button up shirt.They're loose and still look high-fashion without much work.You can pair it with leggings or shorts.
To round up this list, we have a messy hair day. Throw on a hat, you can never go wrong with them. Plus they look cute and stylish as well.
I hope this list helps get you through a lazy day!