Another week, another bangin’ post for ya. We’re halfway through the week!
I’ve been super sluggish the past few days you guys… currently having one of those swift and stressful weeks wherein sleep deprivation is #reality.
Feeling like Humpty Dumpty falling of the wall -straight outta bed. Like, can I wake up at noon, put some eye creme later, and read a handful of novels nonstop for a change? Thanks world. I’d like that a lot.
I’m off to Savannah this weekend, so the workload is mighty mad. The amount of brainstorming, planning, writing, and real people errands is insane. Not to mention all the passion projects i’ve been stashing on the back-burner (there’s a heck load.)
PS. please excuse my whiny tone ATM. Now shifting the positives!
Thankfully I have this pajama top to mirror the current mood: lethargic. You know when an item speaks to you haphazardly (think “Avocado Toast” printed tees)? and suddenly your problems turn into situational stunners? Well this one takes the cake…for a week!
Relatable apparel is totally trending nowadays, and I can’t complain! They make dreadful days seem bearable -and somewhat inspirational (depends how you look at it).
While a mental seesaw between work and sleep is evident this week, the pajama top blankets my drowsy demeanor from dawn to dusk.
Comfort is key when busy weeks come about. And as of recently i’ve added this shirt to my arsenal…under the category “slubbish yet sharp looks.” LOL. Ain’t nobody got time for frills buddy!!
The material is made from thin cotton with massive buttons for easy throw-on. I decided to roll the sleeves to give it some kick. My torso can metaphorically doze off while the brain starts hustling left and right. Ha.
Old Navy’s super supple straight-fit denim is equally apparent as my mentally sluggish mindset. Stretchy enough for those morning sprint sessions to work!
What better way to conclude the outfit than a rugged slip-on penny?
Don’t get me wrong, though. The pajama top fever is everywhere these days. However, I prefer wearing it wittingly. This is how I typically justify following trends. As a result, the piece can stay an instant classic for years to come, rather than a short-lived style settlement.
To each his own opinion, so let’s digress:)