Anatomy of a Lazy Work Outfit

There are days, much like today, that I just phone it in. With approximately ten other people on my entire floor, I pretty much feel no need to dress to impress, but I still have a “business casual” dress code to adhere to. So what’s a girl to do?

Step one: start with a super-comfy top like this Old Navy popover. It’s ridiculously soft and cuddle-worthy. Plus it’s a bit blousy. Now feel free to overindulge in leftover Christmas chocolates.

easy work outfit

Next, add comfortable bottom of choice. Sure, I claim to be a pants to work convert, but let’s be completely honest. A pencil skirt will always be my first choice. And these bright tights from Express? Suprisingly comfortable and soft! (Itchy tights are simply not allowed on lazy days.)

comfortable work outfit

Step three: add some cute black booties because they look awesome with colored tights. Take a few photos in them and realize they hardly qualify as lazy shoes. Switch to flats. (And yes, this actually happened.)

Step four: throw your hair up in a top knot, but not because it looks chic. A quick and easy updo is necessary when you’re too lazy to wash your hair.

easy business work wear women

Lastly, throw on a scarf. Now you can pretend like your cuddled up under a blanket all day.

What’s your idea of a lazy but work-appropriate outfit?

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20 thoughts on “Anatomy of a Lazy Work Outfit

  1. Rachel

    My dress code is very laid-back, so my “lazy outfit” is jeans and a cozy sweater. Scarves are a great way to make a plain shirt look more exciting, too!

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  2. Maya

    I love how your lazy day doesn’t look lazy at all! My lazy day is a pair of pixie pants from J.Crew and an oversized shirt – it’s at least a little comfy πŸ™‚

    Xx,
    Maya

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  3. Betsy

    I just picked up three of those shirts at Old Navy’s sale this week! They’ll be perfect for student teaching in a 3rd grade classroom next semester. And they’re SO cozy and comfy!

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