Happy Monday! I hope you all had a great weekend. After a night out partying on Friday, all I wanted to do at the weekend was relax and recover. I don’t drink (or go out) very often so I’m very out of practice! Needless to say, I spent Saturday and Sunday doing not very much. Comfort is key when it comes to weekend wear for me. These loose-fitting trousers have an elasticated waistband so are super comfy, but it still looks like I’ve made the effort thanks to the leopard print.
I live in trainers or flat sandals at weekends as I’m often shopping and running errands. With so many fancy styles available, it’s possible to make a statement with casual footwear. I wear these satin trainers so much, but I also have some glittery ones for extra bling. Adding sparkle to a casual outfit is one of my favourite ways to dress up my weekend wear. Jewellery instantly elevates an outfit, particularly gold against black. My belt bag can also be worn as a crossbody with a change of strap. Being hands free is more convenient than a shoulder bag when I’m out and about!
SHOP THE LOOK
Asos trousers | Karen Millen sweater | Zara bag | Yaa Yaa London ring | Finery earrings | H&M sunglasses (old)
“My weekend wardrobe doesn’t differ much from my weekday wardrobe but I do opt for comfort above all things on the weekends. A fun tee shirt dress, sneakers, and a baseball cap is an easy combination for most of my weekend activities.”
“Everything you need to know about having a wonderful fall weekend–what to wear, what to do and a great recipe to enjoy.”
“When the weekend comes, I like to throw on a comfortable easy outfit that can take me from running errands to watching the kids events – all in one. If it’s hot, I’ll always opt for a relaxed fitting maxi dress. Otherwise it’s jeans or joggers like this pair by Electric Rose, paired with a tank, and ALWAYS a long cardigan. A weekend wardrobe essential (bonus for pockets!); I’m styling up long cardigans multiple ways, in today’s Style Post.”
“Weekends are all about church, family, and friends for me. This is an outfit I wore both to church in the morning and then later in the evening for an outdoor dining experience with my family in the hills of Buffalo County.”
“A fun weekend look…Florals are coming in strong for Fall! This blouse is so fabulous for $14.00! It can be worn casual or for business! I love it with my gold belt, and red denim jeans.”
“I don’t really have a particular look for weekends…except that whatever I decide to wear must have some sort of fun or pizzazz to it. Dressing sets my mood- and I definitely need me some good dopamine styling! So here I am in my favourite jeans…the sparkle does it all for lighting me up whether it’s doing the regular Saturday runs, meeting up with a friend, or even a date night. This weekend leisure look is for running errands!”
“Since I have to dress up and show up for work during the week, the weekend is my time to dress down and stay comfy, which usually means a casual dress and sneakers for running my errands and puttering around the house. Comfort is key!”
“Weekend dressing can be a mixed bag depending on what I’m up to and where we’re going. I recently wore this look out to dinner and to see a band with my hubby on a date night. If we’re staying home, I’m typically in something much more casual like shorts and a tee or sweatpants and a sweatshirt depending on our Illinois weather.”
“On weekends, I change my outfit several times a day. After breakfast in PJ and taking a shower, I put my old blue jeans on with a Tee, scarf or vest, to mow the lawn with a push mower or do some yard work. Then I change into a dress and sandals for shopping and running errands. In winter, shoveling the driveway, ice picking, and add a down coat and pom pom hat with gloves. For shopping, tall boots and tights plus a down coat or shearling with matching scarf, gloves and hat. However, when going out for dancing on a weekend I wear one of my dance dresses like this velvet beauty.”
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