My Hermit Uniform

Nov 20, 2017

I regret to inform you, dear readers, that I’ve become a sort of hermit. It’s not entirely on purpose. It’s a combination of laziness, cold weather, and a need to buy gas that have kept me holed up in my apartment for the past 4 or 5 days. Luckily, I live within walking distance to Target and Harris Teeter, so I’ve made more than a few trips over there, but don’t get me wrong: that doesn’t influence my outfit for the day.

I’ve been rotating between two sweatshirts I got from Target in a moment of retail therapy. They might be a couple of the softest things I’ve ever owned. Let’s ignore the fact that I had a high school moment and bought the “Good Vibes Only” one and focus on this pink Joy Lab one I bought. I want everything Joy Lab right now, especially since I’m all about that athleisure game. So not only is the sweatshirt super soft, it’s my favorite shade of millennial pink, and has slits up the sides to keep it all breezy.

If you haven’t judged me yet, get ready to judge me hard. I treated myself to a Lululemon visit and found these leggings (on sale, thank you) that are my favorite pants of the moment. They’re high-waisted and the 7/8th length, which for a shorty like me, means they fit me just right.




And finally, I got these moccasins last year, but you can’t go wrong with a sheepskin-lined pair of moccs with soles. The soles are key, so I can wear them to Target and still feel like an adult. Also, you don’t need to wear socks with them, because they keep your feet at like 101°. Is it weird that I hate wearing socks?

I can feel the worry and concern for my well-being radiating through the computer screen, but don’t worry, I do take the clothes off once in awhile to wash them. I’m a hermit, not a slob.




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