Alright Mama’s out there. We are all guilty of rolling out of bed in our leggings, changing our shirt and then head out to take the kids to school. Well, at least I’m guilty of this, but only sometimes. I always try to get dressed before taking the girls because it gets me ready for the day. I feel like i can tackle that to-do list right way. But, I know what your thinking, this seems daunting. You’re telling me I have to think about what to put on…just to take me kid(s) to school, No Freaking way! I know this sounds a little brutal. But, with a good mind set and a few tips, you can get out of those sweats and start looking put together!
Once you get the hang of getting dress, it will become automatic. Things to consider are the weather. Think about layers, you can always take a layer off as you warm up during the day or situations. So if you’re ready to make the change I challenge you to do this every day for the next 2 weeks. Comment here how it went, did you do it or quit after a day or 2? SO here are my quick tips for creating an easy, put together look for when you take the kids the school …
How To Look Put Together For The School Drop Off Line
Keep it simple – your outfit doesn’t have to look like you’re headed into the office, or meeting girlfriends for happy hour.
T-shirts – this can be as simple and easy as a white tee and jeans. Better yet, find a tee you love and snag it in every color and print!
Make sure your comfortable – were your fave denim, shorts, skirt or dress, but make sure you’re comfortable. Because if you’re not, you less likely to keep it up.
Have easy shoes. I mean, go for sandals, slides, mules. These compliment any outfit and are easy to put on, like no bending down required.
Altheisure is ok – now if you do want to go super casual, opt for a mice pair of leggings, a cute t-shirt and layer a jacket or cardigan over it. This way you look intentional with the look.
I hope these tips are helpful. Just member to keep it simple, try and plan out things either in your head or even write it down so you remember what you’re going to wear.
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Pink skirt is from Pink Lilly Boutique, but I have linked similar once here.
Lovely tips you have here dear. And yes, I always choose comfort before style and work around it. Anyway, cute skirt you got there.
Jessica | notjessfashion.com