Friday, September 20, 2019
My Outfit - Yoga Dress Pants
Wow, the last time I put up an outfit post was back in July. That is a bit unusual. I am still wearing post worthy outfits, it's just that I'm too pooped upon arriving home to haul out the camera and grab a few shots. Oh and as well, when the temperatures are as ridiculous as they are in the Central Valley, it is far too hot to look even half way decent in any sort of photo.
You may remember that I was hoping that my recent surgery would allow for some different configuring of certain bits. I am happy to report, that yes indeed, things are improved and I am able to place things in a far better position for certain clothes. As far back as I have been dressing as myself, I have worked hard to find clothes that I could comfortably wear without tucking. Camouflage was my main weapon in this endeavor. Thus most of my tops are tunic length to simply cover that area. It has worked very well, but it has limited my clothing choices, especially for work. Pencil skirts, most dresses, and waist length tops have all been off limits for work. I could wear those items, but for work, running around for nine to ten hours a day, I was never comfortable.
Now that I am comfortable in being able to effectively hide the bits I don't appreciate having, my work wardrobe has greatly expanded. This prompted me to change my shopping style. Generally, as many of you long time readers know, my shopping has consisted of spending days at outlet malls, hitting up just about every store I could. Now though, I made a deal with myself, I would stop outlet shopping, if I signed up for Stitch Fix. I went for it, and I'm super glad I did!
I wrote to my stylist that my main goal was to stay with my current style, but to have someone gently push those boundaries by picking out some things I wouldn't. So far, I love the results! Two of the items that I would have never even tried are a pair of jeggings, and these lovely yoga dress pants. I really like these pants. They are so super comfortable that they are comparable to wearing my most comfy LuLaRoe leggings. Which if you know LLR, that says a lot about these pants. If you have not tried pants like these yet, I highly recommend them.
Okay peeps, I gotta run.
Love yourself enough to wear comfortable clothing.