It snowed ALL weekend and the Mr. was sick. What that means for me is, I didn't leave the house. I am a true driving chicken if the roads appear too "bad" for me. Staying home though, for me, if I want to get anything done but binge watch tv, means I still need to get dressed for the day. Pajamas all day don't work for me. I like to have clothes that look presentable and won't scare an unexpected guest or the UPS person. More important, I like to dress so I"m motivated to get stuff done. I am posting a pic of some of my "stay at home clothes". Some folks in my family call them "house clothes". You may have a different name, I don't know. I suggest if you're staying in for the day, dress anyway. What I wear at home I could easily throw some shoes on with and still run an errand and not be worried or embarassed.
Below is a link to the pants I'm wearing. The top is not available. I would also love to add the leggings to my wardrobe for home -- love them!
This is an outfit from the Gap that I actually purchased for this specific reason. I have a couple of outfits that I have just for stay at home days. It's great news for my skin on days like this too because they are "fresh face" days. It's a great time to do a mask or facial treatment as well. But, I digress - back to the outfit. As I mention often, I believe how you dress truly has an impact on how you feel, your self-confidence, etc. This is why I pay attention to what I wear on stay at home days (or weekends) just as much. I think this is even more important if you work from home every day. You have to go about a work day at home the same as you would if you were going outside the house to work. I would love to know your work from home wardrobe favs or your "I'm staying in today" wardrobe.