Cozy Loungewear For Staying At Home
Loungewear is the number one trending fashion look of the moment. In times of quarantine and social distancing, working from home has quickly become the new norm for many of us. While there are many who still get up and get dressed every single day, the reality is that many of us don’t want to change out of our pajamas. Who is with me on this one?
To make you feel a tad more put together while you’re getting work done from home, I’ve rounded up some great women’s loungewear sets. Whether you’re looking for pants you can wear from your home office or outside to grab the mail or a chic pullover set, there’s bound to be at least one option that catches your eye and fits your needs.
I’m wearing the Space Jumpsuit from Nphilanthropy in grey. It is super comfy, has side pockets and feels like you are wearing the softest t-shirt.
Be sure and scroll through my entire post. You don’t want to miss the 5 books I have added to my quarantine reading list!
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The obsession with Little Fires Everywhere started in 2017 with the release of the novel by Celeste Ng—a book that just about every book club had at the top of their reading list. It is filled with drama, strong leading ladies and small-town suburban drama, and quickly became one of the biggest books of the decade. Now, Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington are bringing it to life with their new Hulu series based on the book. If you can’t get enough of this enticing storyline, and need something to read while you’re stuck at home for the foreseeable future, join me in adding these books to your quarantine reading list!
1.) The Gifted School by Bruce Holsinger
Said to be the book “that predicted the college-admissions scandal,” (The Wall Street Journal), this deliciously sharp novel captures the relentless ambitions and fears that animate parents and their children in modern America, exploring the conflicts between achievement and potential, talent and privilege. Set in the fictional town of Crystal, Colorado, The Gifted School is a keenly entertaining novel that observes the drama within a community of friends and parents as good intentions and high ambitions collide in a pile-up with long-held secrets and lies. Seen through the lens of four families who’ve been a part of one another’s lives since their kids were born over a decade ago, the story reveals not only the lengths that some adults are willing to go to get ahead, but the effect on the group’s children, sibling relationships, marriages, and careers, as simmering resentments come to a boil and long-buried, explosive secrets surface and detonate. It’s a humorous, keenly observed, timely take on ambitious parents, willful kids, and the pursuit of prestige, no matter the cost.
2.) A Good Neighborhood by Therese Anne Fowler
Good neighbors can be hard to come by, and no one knows this better than single mother Valerie Alston-Holt in A Good Neighborhood. A professor of forestry and ecology, Valerie has everything she could ever want: a bright son headed to college soon, a tight-knit community, and a beautiful home. Things are obviously too good to be true for Valerie (or else this wouldn’t be a novel) and soon, the Whitman family moves in next door and immediately starts to disrupt her life. First, the family completely demolishes the house they bought, building a monstrosity, then they find themselves arguing over a historic tree in Valerie’s yard. But worst of all, Valerie’s son has fallen for the Whitman’s daughter, causing all Hell to break loose. Sound like you will re-think your bad neighbors!
3.) Hungry Girls by Anissa Grey
The Butler family has had their share of trials—as sisters Althea, Viola, and Lillian can attest—but nothing prepared them for the literal trial that will upend their lives. Althea, the eldest sister and substitute matriarch, is a force to be reckoned with and her younger sisters have alternately appreciated and chafed at her strong will. They are as stunned as the rest of the small community when she and her husband, Proctor, are arrested, and in a heartbeat the family goes from one of the most respected in town to utter disgrace. The worst part is, not even her sisters are sure exactly what happened. As Althea awaits her fate, Lillian and Viola must come together in the house they grew up in to care for their sister’s teenage daughters. What unfolds is a stunning portrait of the heart and core of an American family in a story that is as page-turning as it is important…this book will give you serious Little Fires Everywhere vibes.
4.) Minor Drama & Other Catastrophes by Kathleen West
Perfect for fans of Where’d You Go, Bernadette and Small Admissions, a wry and cleverly observed debut novel about the privileged bubble that is Liston Heights High—the micro-managing parents, the overworked teachers, and the students caught in the middle—and the fallout for each of them when the bubble finally bursts.
5.) A Hundred Suns by Karin Tanabe
Ever wonder what Little Fires Everywhere would look like as a historical fiction novel? This book will have us covered! Moving to Vietnam with her husband in 1933, American Jessie Lesage has absolutely no idea what to expect. With scandal surrounding her husband and his connection to the Michelin rubber fortune, she knows she needs to keep up the visage of the perfect wife. Determined to make a real life for herself in Vietnam, she befriends local woman Marcelle de Fabry. What Jessie doesn’t know is that Marcelle is in support of giving the Michelin plantations back to their rightful owners, a secret that will severely threaten Jessie, her husband, and their success.
What’s on your quarantine reading list? Please share! Coming next…my Netflix & Amazon binge watching…
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