1.You have three hairstyles: down, ponytail, and bun.
2.You have one pair of shoes that you wear with
95% of your wardrobe.
3.Most of your outfits are just some
combination of t-shirts and jeans.
4.This makes getting ready massively easy. What
are you going to wear? Throw on the first pair of jeans and t-shirt you can
find. Put on aforementioned shoes. Boom. Done.
are also great because they look like you put more effort into getting ready,
but you definitely didn’t.
to be very clear with your hairstylist that you need a cut that’s easy to
maintain, because you’re not about that life. Your idea of styling your hair is
making sure the part is nice, and if you’re feeling fancy, throwing a clip or
headband up there.
7.You find make up a little terrifying. You
understand the basics, and might even throw some on before leaving the
apartment, but you once watched a YouTube clip about contouring and
contemplated the existence of witchcraft.
8.Whenever you hear that you have to wear heels
to an event, you get considerably less excited.
9.Then you get all dressed up, and get kind of
excited! Heels aren’t so bad! Your legs look so much longer! You should wear
them more often!
10.And then about half way through the event,
you remember why you hate heels, and wish you could just127 Hoursyour feet, and hack them off with a
dull pocketknife. It would probably hurt less than wearing these shoes for
another three hours.
that somehow men can get away with wearing Converse with a suit for certain
occasions, because that’s the dream, honestly.
friends want to go out, your favorite thing to wear is a cool jacket over a
t-shirt and your nicest-looking jeans.
friends relish the days when you let them dress you up. It’s like Christmas,
but with dresses! And heels! And eyeliner!
time you dress up, you get a semi-Cinderella moment from your friends.Wow! You look so different! Who knew
you had such a defined waist under all those sweatshirts! You should wear that
of your closet is where all of your “nice clothes” reside. You pull them out
for weddings and funerals, and that’s about it.
first got a job/internship that required you to dress “business professional”
you cried a little bit because honestly what could you wear.
figured out that you could rock “business professional” by mixing and matching
a handful of items, and you’ve already mastered that technique.
contacts, but will often just wear your glasses, because you don’t feel like
exerting the effort.
the gym at the end of the day is really just an excuse to wear your comfy gym
clothes for hours leading up to it.