This week we’re talking about comfortable clothes. It used to be I’d wear just about anything and could be comfortable in it. In high school my comfortable clothes were baggy jeans, clinched at the waist with a belt, several chains dangling down, paired with a fitted tank top, and the BDU (battle dress uniform) jacket my military brother gave me.
Then my twenties came and even though I was already a mom before I turned twenty I refused to look like one. I kept a similar every day look but mixed it up with corset tops. By the time I was twenty-eight I was a single mother of two with another on the way. My entire life changed and so did my wardrobe. I stuck with jeans but they were no longer baggy, I love a good boot cut jean. I switched from corsets and fitted tanks to cute t-shirts. Now that I’m 36 this is still my go-to style. My closet has been condensed, mostly because I have a teenage daughter who loves to steal my clothes.
When I’m home for the day I slip into a pair of pajama bottoms and a comfortable t-shirt with a scarf/shawl draped over my shoulders when I get cold.
I’m sure this will change in a year or two. How have your comfortable go-to clothes evolved over the years?