Sick Day Attire

Hello my lovely readers! Today’s post is about what my go-to outfit is if I’m not feeling well. I’m not the kind of girl who could ever go to school in sweats and a sweatshirt, so I’ve found a cozy, yet still put together look for the days I don’t feel like the effort. This past week I was actually quite sick following my redeye home from Hawaii. I got about two hours of sleep, and then had to sit through a whole day of school. Needless to say, things didn’t turn out too well. But all is well now 🙂 I hope you enjoy this post!



This look is totally simple: I put on a collared shirt, and pulled my warmest/coziest sweater over the it. The collar adds something a bit more fashionable to the shirt, and warmth (which all sick people need). I wore the beanie, because I always get sinus headaches with colds.


On the bottom, I wore my favorite pair of jeans tucked into my beloved boots. And voila! The outfit is complete. My face was natural with only a bit of mascara, because I was feeling too terrible on that day to squint into a mirror.


Collared shirt: American Eagle — Sweater: Berkeley Student Store — Beanie: Free People

Jeans: Target — Boots: Audrey Brooke (similar here!)


Details. I’m wearing Revlon’s Spanish Moss on my fingernails.


Here’s a behind the scenes picture with my dog, I sat and she immediately jumped on me!

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What do you do the days you’re sick, but can’t stay home? Let me know in the comments below!



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