Yes, graphically speaking, I’m being corny.
Must be something to do with what I’m wearing.
Are you like me in that, when I don’t know what to wear (I’m clearly a fly-by-the-seat-of-my-pants person when it comes to clothes), I systemically pull out pieces in Black or Black and White? For instance, you’ve seen the same top here, earlier in the year. And here too. Thankfully I had the sense to wear different shoes for this third showing. Clearly, there’s a pattern.
Some call it a signature style. Others, safe (afterall, it’s hard to go wrong with Black. Or White. Or the two together). Me? I call it as it is, and that’s lazy dressing.
I kept the accessories all in the same palatte. It was just easier.
Tell me, what do YOU do on lazy dressing days? What are your go-to colours/pieces?
p/s photos by Eve
pp/s top from Shasa, Skirt from Free People, clutch and booties from Shoedazzle
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Hi Sheela, I totally know what you’re talking about. For me right now, it consists of pairing a graphic tee with anything I’m wearing and my tennies. Another item that I can’t seem to get out of is my coveted Wrangler jean shorts. I must start trying a little harder!
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Here’s to Lazy Dressing! It works. You look amazing on your laziest of days! Love it!!
Ann from Kremb de la Kremb
The items you’ve described, Ann, are so you!! Playful and comfy with a little rock n roll thrown in for good measure 🙂 I need to put in more effort too but it’s just so much easier (and comfier) to wear the same ole same ole. I mean this is my lazy dressing for going out, mind you. When I’m spending the day home, it’s just a raggedy tee shirt which has lost its shape and seen far better days paired with PJ pants or yoga capris. That’s it GRIN let’s both try harder? Once in a while, maybe? xoxo
I love your style, and love to “dress lazy” too! Thanks for sharing, xox
And you know I’m a big fan of your sartorial senses too, Patti 🙂 a GINORMOUS fan xo
Hi, I am Ada. Pleasure stopping by. You call this lazy dressing: I call it elegant, chic, modern, edgy and feminine. That skirt and your grid blouse are beautiful and the boots are so much fun, Sheila.
I welcome you by my blog as well. Thanks and have a great day! Ada. =)
Awwww, thank you, Ada!!!
I just love this top Sheela! Mmm, lazy dressing for me would be staying in my PJs all day long, sadly I can’t go out like that (lol, I wish I could). Lots of love, Kirsten xx
Hahahahaha!! That’s the harsh truth where I’m concerned too, Kirsten, this is just me (having to change because I’m) going out. PJs or something else just as comfy. Hair up with a ginormous dino clip xoxo
Sheela I’m nowhere near as stylish as you on my lazy days – I’m a TRUE lazy dresser in jeans and t-shirt!! This is such a cool, edgy look… as usual the footwear is to. die. for. Your sartorial powers know no bounds!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks so much for linking up with #iwillwearwhatilike – will we see you in pink next week I wonder…?! hehe 😉
Catherine, you’ve absolutely no idea how much you’ve just made my day. It’s looking brighter and less icky as only Monday can be 🙂 I’ve admired, nay, worshipped your style for the longest time and to hear such words from you … well, I’m walking on sunshine now!!!! xoxoxo p/s you shall most definitely see me in Molly Ringwald inspired garb today
Such a dramatic black and white look! Love those heels
Dresses & Denim
Thank you SO much, Carly, I’m a shoe lady for sure 🙂
Lazy dressing is my only kind of dressing! Lately I’ve been drawn to t-shirts and pencil skirts.
Right??? Oh wow, pencil skirts and tees, nice contrast. I haven’t worn a pencil skirt in years. I feel so constricted in them somehow. Thank you for stopping by, Laura 🙂
I find the stretchy or knit ones are a lot more comfy and casual.
I still can’t do them though. It’s more of a mind game than anything else.
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LOve this! I think my lazy go-to day outfits include tees and jeans.
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You know what, Rachel? I just realised I haven’t worn jeans in 4, 5 years now!! I live in my yoga pants for most off days. So bad, I know.
I love the patterned top! I just recently styled a grid pattern top on my blog too. 🙂 Hope you can check it out!
Abby of Life in the Fash Lane
I absolutely will, Abby, right after this 🙂
This is one chic lazy day outfit! I love how dainty, yet theatrical that skirt is. I think my lazy day outfits are printed dresses or playsuits, as they are an all in one outfit
What a smart choice, Rachel. I love dresses too. In Jersey, mostly, no ironing needed.
Man I wish I had the grace to class it up on my lazy days like you.
Instead I pull comfort shit out – leggings, white t, ECCO sneakers.
BORRRING! I know.
Hahahahaha what you call as comfort shit, boo, is always badass!!! xoxo
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you always have the greatest shoes. I need your shoe closet! Thanks for linking up with me and I hope to see you there tomorrow!
Thank you!!! So much, Monica 🙂 yes, I do have a weakness for shoes 🙂 see you tomorrow xo