Friday: Office Pajamas

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Top: JANA c/o Gwynnie Bee | Leggings: Rubbish | Boots: Ros Hommerson | Necklace: eBay | Bracelets: Nordstrom (similar) | Earrings: Nordstrom | Lipstick: Revlon Moon Drops in “Orange Flip”

Some days don't you just wish you could go to work in your pajamas? I can't believe it, but I'm adopting a trend I wore back in high school – tunic sweaters with leggings. I know, leggings aren't pants, but this top is long enough to justify it, and loose enough that it would just look dumpy with regular trousers. Thanks goodness for Gwynnie Bee, my latest box arrived when I was past due for laundry day. I love the bright colors, the fun shape, and yes, that this top is as comfy as pajamas!  As a reminder, if you're interested in Gwynnie Bee, click this link and mention Wardrobe Oxygen for a trial month!

Still learning how to style this hair. I know it's not drastically different from previous cuts, but I think it's the difference between having your hair cut by any person and being cut by someone who knows your hair, your lifestyle, your personality. This morning my goal was to let the hair be wavy/curly with a bit straighter bangs. It just looked like a frizzy, messy hot mess, as though I just washed and went. So I brought out the flat iron. Since I had product for waves already in it, it created this messy piecey look which I like since I always like to pretend I am a rock star. A mistake gone good, and a new way to style this ‘do!

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  1. I’m commenting about a couple of posts previous. Just know that many of us, the quiet majority, enjoy what you do so much and as a longlonglong time reader, I enjoy knowing you’re real, not 6 feet tall and model-thin, but a real woman like myself. And I never would have found my fabulous Ros Hommerson boots I’ve been wearing each winter season with the damn jeans TUCKED in if not for you. I never thought that would happen with my big calves. Smooches and thanks.

  2. I’ve had some luck with very comfortable shoes from Taos and Naot. One pair I brought to Ireland is now my go-to everyday shoe.

  3. Getting used to a new haircut is the pits. By the way, you have been ON with all of your posts lately. I mean I love you, but this past week I really LOVE you. You know? Like wanna meet up and have a play date for our kids and drink and shop and shit.

  4. I saw this picture in my blog reader and had to come by to compliment it.. you look awesome and the bangs rock!

  5. Before I read your post, I thought, wow, her bangs are looking really cute. And the leggins and tunic trend was one of my favorite trends of all time- so easy, so comfy.

  6. I can’t believe how much better my old bangs look after using the process in the video. Even got a few comments on them. You look very sassy. I like that.

  7. Very Pat Benatar! (that’s my favorite rock chick, I’m old). I think your hair looks great styled this way, it’s a process, isn’t it? : >

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