Jeans and a t-shirt are my favorite lounging around the house during the day clothes but I always love putting my jammies on the most!
Comfortable ones! Yoga pants or comfy sweatpants, nothing too constricting. Big comfy sweaters in the cold weather...at home it is all about comfort!
Sweats and a sweatshirt or hoodie in the winter and leggings or shorts with a t-shirt in the summer. Anything super comfortable for me!
anything comfortable....t-shirts,jeans,trackpants,pajamas etc etc....
I dress for comfort, warmth and functionality..sweats and hoodies all the way. Since I don't have a guy friend right now, I lay off the sexy jeans until it's time to go out. Sweats and free-flow clothing is easy laundry and also gives my midline a break from constricting clothing.
Sweatpants, big t-shirts, flannel lounge pants...anything stretchy and comfortable.
I guess I'm weird. I like to dress up even when I'm just staying at home. I wear a lot of dresses and skirts. They're still comfortable but I kind of feel like a scrub sitting around in sweats.
i like to wear lounge clothes, anything thats comfy like sweat pants and a tshirt!
Actually, the skirt I'm wearing is very much like the one in the picture. LOL (Honest.) I have to say, though, my choice of shirt(s) and sweater aren't at all like the woman's in the picture. I don't wear ballet shoes either, though. I like sandals for around the house. They're shoes (not slippers or sneakers), yet they're comfortable.
Usually, I like a mid-calf, roomy, skirt that lets its wearer move; a casual shirt, and (these days) a nice, big, warm, cardigan. That kind of thing lets me go from in the house to out of the house, as well as see any visitors; and still feel like I'm dressed in a reasonably decent looking outfit. (I don't do that ballet thing the woman in the picture is doing, though. Maybe that's something I ought to start doing. )
Anything comfortable and casual. Something warm and fuzzy.
I like to wear casual clothes at home. I love to wear Jeans with t-Shirts. That makes me pretty comfirtable. So that's y i love jeans at home.
Extremely comfortable and loose ones; yoga pants, big tees, shorts, tanks.
anything that is comfortable...most of the time, i feel comfy wearing loose white t-shirts
I like to wear hoodies at home because it is so comfortable for me and i always buy it online from http://www.unionleisurewear.com/
I like to wear casual clothes at home which is comfortable for me. I like branded casual clothes so that I always buy my clothes from "ExcelClothing" online store.
Anything that is comfortable.
All my clothes buy from this site high quality with a cheaper price.
It depends on the weather outside. In the summer, I like a modest sleeveless shirt, knee length shorts, and flip-flops. In the fall, I like jeans and a t-shirt, socks, and I wear a sweatshirt and sneakers to go outside. In the winter it gets cold and snowy here, so I like jeans, a long sleeve shirt, and socks; and to go outside, I wear heavy Carhardt bibs and coat, warm socks with boots, and thick gloves. In the spring, I wear about what I wear in the fall.
Jeans, child, only jeans will do the job. Lovely, comfy, durable, do any and everything jeans. I don't sit around, but usually am on the move. Jeans can be worn with a a paint/craft shirt over them and switched out quick to any top fitting the season for a casual run to the store or to a glitzier look for unexpected company. The key to loving living in jeans is to first do one's hair and makeup for the day, then to wear the right shoes with the right top.
Usually I like to wear the loose ones and when it comes to wear at home i also like to wear loose t-shirt and jeans. And I really feel comfortable in this.
by Elayne 7 months ago
As I get older (grandmother), I am aware that some of my clothes are outdated and do not look age appropriate for me. I still like to look fashionable, but do not want to put people off by wearing things that look like I am trying to turn back the years too far. What do you think?
by cjcarter 6 years ago
What kind of shirt, jacket, and shoes do you wear with jeggings?
by Charlu 6 years ago
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by dpeesh 7 years ago
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by the pink umbrella 8 years ago
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by Alissa Roberts 6 years ago
What are your feelings on how you should dress for church?Do you feel that people should dress up (dresses, dress pants, shirt/tie) when attending church? Or do you prefer the "come as you are" attire (casual, blue jeans)? If you prefer one or the other, why do you feel this way?
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