My Casual Lockdown Style

April 21, 2020 0 Comments

Comfy lockdown clothes

Hands up if your appearance is not quite as polished as it was prior to lockdown. Mine certainly isn't. I'm going longer between hair washes, using the 'hair training' method as my excuse. If you haven't heard of that before, you basically 'train' your hair not to need washing as much by, well, not washing it. I'm not wearing make up most days and I can't remember the last time I shaved my legs. 

If you're like me, you will be wearing joggers most days, leggings occasionally and rarely jeans as jeans are just no replacement for lougewear. However, there are occasions where I might feel like wearing jeans. Perhaps I'm expecting a delivery or need to nip to the shop, or some other equally exciting activity. But if I'm wearing jeans, I'm wearing comfy jeans, and these are the most comfortable I've found - mid waist, ripped mom jeans from H & M. Give them a go. My lockdown styling is with a nice sweatshirt and a classic white trainer, plus a pendant teething necklace and my can't live without concealer. Details below:

- Jeans, H&M £24.99

- Sweatshirt, Hush £49.99 

- Necklace, Seb & Roo £10.50

- Trainers, Adidas £74.95.

- Concealer, Maybelline £8.99.

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