Outfit of the Day: Sick Day

Hey all!

I’ve tried to fight it as best as I could, but the winter season has left me feeling a little bit under the weather. This always happens this time of year. I feel like I’m constantly battling cold after cold.

While sickness can be a bit depleting, it doesn’t allow you to abandon your daily responsibilities. Therefore, in order for me to actually be productive on a sick day, I must dress comfortably.

Like many people, my go-to sick day outfit consists of an over-sized sweater and leggings. Today I wore this adorable graphic sweater from Macy’s. The design is fun and simple and painfully accurate. Thick sweaters are greater for when someone is feeling ill because they’re warm and blanket-like.

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To give this outfit a bit of style, I also paired it with this delicate bejeweled bracelet. I love simple, dainty jewelry with outfits like this. I think it makes a basic sweater-and-leggings combo look more put together. Plus, I thought it matched well with my black nail polish. There’s something about crystals and black that is just timeless and elegant.

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I also paired this outfit with an adorable pair of knee-high boots. I tried to get a snap of these lovely shoes, but the pictures would not turn out. I really like them because they have a small heel that is perfect for walking, and match just about any outfit.

Thank you so much for reading.

 

What is your go-to sick day outfit? 

Sincerely,

Paige

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7 thoughts on “Outfit of the Day: Sick Day

  1. Feel better! Lots of naps, soup, and Friends (the show) is how I always handle my sick days! I always wear this super old-school grey crew neck sweatshirt that has TAE-KWON-DO printed on it that was my dad’s in the 80’s and 90’s! And some comfy leggings! Your outfit is much cuter.

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    1. Thanks! When you write a post there should be a menu on the left-hand side under new draft. Click the first tab, Categories & Tags. In the pull-down menu, there’s a space labeled tags. You can add them there. I hope this helps 🙂

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