Not everyday is a glamour day. There are days for shirts, shorts, jeans, tank tops and a pair of slippers, which turn out to be pure and simple days: not minding about your looks, what to wear for that day, and even if your top and bottom look good together; because on a lazy day, all you want to wear is whatever you pull out of your wardrobe. Yes, you are not on the mood to think about which apparels or colors will suit with each other, but what if I tell you that there is an effortless trick that you just have to take in mind to somehow get rid even just a few days of just shirts and shorts out of your schedule? Of course, you will still be needing little efforts like getting a piece of clothing in your wardrobe, putting them on, wearing your shoes, and oh do not forget to wear your underwear, but other than that you just have to look for the perfect casual dress you have in your closet.
On Trice Nagusara: Dress Little Turp | Vest Flea Market | Shoes Keds | Bag Lacoste
Lazy days are days that are entitled as lazy (whuuut?) because of the failure to dress up in a fashionable way, well because of laziness, which actually sometimes are not really that plain or dull outfit to be considered as part of the lazy day ensemble; still, they call it as “lazy day” because of the act that they did before pulling off those clothes: randomly picking of apparels and sticking to the ones with muted colors. So if “lazy days” are just all about the unsystematically wearing of apparels, why not consider dresses and why just limit yourself to shirts and shorts?
Dresses are easy going: you can either wear them plain or you can play around with layering just like your plain shirts. So letting them become part of your lazy days is not difficult because they are just as outgoing as your denim shorts and white shirts – similar with them, you have nothing much to think of, just have something that will add convenience especially if your dress is the corset type.
So since the dress that I am wearing is the corset type that I am talking about, I matched it with denim vest. Through this, it made it easy for me to move plus, it gave another look to the dress, which also created a more casual look that complemented well with my Keds sneakers. You can also try this kind of styling with rompers, particularly the printed ones. Try matching them with denim vest or with cardigans that have neutral shades then pair them with sneaks! Or try the other way around: plain dress or rompers paired with printed vest or cardigans.
For my petite readers: choose the vest that will let you show some skin around the neckline area to avoid looking bulky and smaller.
So are you willing to turn your plain vanilla lazy day ensemble into a sophisticated one? What do you think of this outfit?
Shot by Seph Cham