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What do you walk around the house?

After reading the book "At home, Madame Chic" I began to think about my home image.
home clothes

For me, the topic of home clothes is obvious - from an early age I remember that as soon as we came home, my sister and I changed into clothes that were intended for home use only (I used to throw garbage in them or jump into nearby store, but they were not suitable for meeting friends).

From my perspective, it is difficult to understand people who cook in the same clothes as they go to work / school. Piotr laughs that in the kitchen I am a pure Italian - something will drip here, something will get dirty (it is usually me).
I have always preferred a home outfit. In home clothes I have to feel at ease and loose, which is why I often choose tunics and leggings or shorts or tracksuits.
But let's look at it from the point of view of hygiene. I can't imagine sitting on the sofa in pants in which I sit in public transport. I don't know who was sitting there in front of me. In my opinion, this argument speaks for the fact that after returning home at least change the pants at home and not spread bacteria throughout the house. Below are cool leggings, perfect not only for walking around the house. Cupcake leggings are super cute!
A lot of people associate home clothes with a stretched tracksuit and a wide sweatshirt, i.e. clothes that we wore, for example, every day, and one day because they no longer look good - they became home clothes. However, this is not necessarily the case.

I usually buy my home clothes at H&M or Cubus. There you can find really cool and comfortable clothes that are great for the role of home. I have a set with H&M myself - a sweatshirt with Mickey and Minnie mouse, and gray leggings. It is comfortable and the sweatshirt is suitable for colder days. Below I toss you cool sweatshirts that will definitely work in home stylizations. Sweatshirt with a bear sweep!

Yes, I am not in favor of spending a fortune on clothes in which I usually see my husband and rabbit, or neighbor / neighbor, but I also don't think that home clothes must be ugly. Comfortable yes, ugly definitely not.

There are so many possibilities for neat home clothes that we do not have to limit ourselves to the above-mentioned worn tracksuit. Home clothing doesn't have to be boring! I don't know about you, but I love home-made, comfortable styles and immediately after coming home I change into leggings and wear a sweatshirt (on cooler days). Slippers also required. I can't imagine walking around the house, although I know some people practice it.

At the beginning of September I bought Pegia Naturally wool slippers at TK Maxx. They are great!

Are you in favor of home clothing, or do you rather not change after coming home?

24 Comments

  1. Avatar Veganizing J. 15 December 2016 / 13: 35

    And I am from those not wandering around. Basically, I don't have a division between home and outdoor clothes (not counting weddings or elegant skirts, blouses for holidays or job interviews). At first, it annoyed me terribly that my husband changed his clothes after coming home - he showed himself to the world with shirts, and his wife in an old, worn polo, which he wore after several afternoons in a row ... I understand when someone works in a corporation and must hit garniak / suit - in this situation I would also change, but otherwise ...

    • Avatar [Email protected] 15 December 2016 / 17: 05

      If someone walks around the house in old, worn (inelegant) clothes, they show disrespect to the rest of the household. I think that at home you can also look neat and feel comfortable 🙂

  2. Avatar orangenanu 27 September 2015 / 23: 12

    My parents also have tak that when they come home they change their clothes ... but as if I'm not theirs ... On the contrary 🙂 In what I go to work in, I spend my days at home, afternoons or evenings. It is true that there are days of "" labyrinth "for the whole tracksuit and blanket, but it is sporadic or how cold ...

  3. Avatar Magdalena N. 27 September 2015 / 15: 14

    I always change clothes 🙂 What else do I wear for work, for meetings with friends and at home, knowing that I will soon clean, cook or just sit and read a book 😉

  4. Avatar magdahom 25 September 2015 / 14: 29

    And I think that dressing up after work in a tracksuit or walking around the house in a tracksuit all day is a mistake (unless we clean up). I am pregnant and I have been running the house for a long time - I usually sit in a tracksuit or a bathrobe because of laziness and comfort. Except that it is unfortunately also associated with the fact that it is hard for me to gather for something constructive. However, as soon as in the morning I jump into "nice" clothes (read non-athletic) - I have more motivation and energy to act.
    Besides, I don't want my husband to see me all the time without makeup and in a tracksuit and that I try to look nice only when we leave - for third parties.

    The hygiene argument - no exaggeration. Recent studies show that this life in sterile conditions just causes a decrease in immunity and the occurrence of allergies. And to get rid of bacteria you would have to wash everything after each exit at a temperature of min. 60 degrees (40 degrees do not kill bacteria, viruses and fungi).

    • Avatar [Email protected] 25 September 2015 / 14: 40

      But who said that homemade clothes must be ugly ?! There are a lot of nice clothes that are comfortable and nice. If you read the note carefully, you must have noticed that I pay attention that the tracksuits were not taken out of home clothing 🙂

    • Avatar magdahom 26 September 2015 / 08: 17

      Leggings and a sweatshirt are for me the same category as a tracksuit ...

    • Avatar [Email protected] 26 September 2015 / 09: 29

      Not for me. If it is fitted and not wide like the older brother's then you can look nice and feel comfortable in such clothes 🙂

  5. Avatar furpur 24 September 2015 / 23: 07

    At home I prefer to wear tracksuits / leggings. I like this freedom of movement ^^
    As for dressing up after coming - it can be different. Sometimes I just don't have the strength to move, or I change to sleep anyway.

  6. Avatar Angelika Klim 24 September 2015 / 21: 35

    I always change after changing clothes, I was taught that since childhood. In addition, I work better in my tracksuit, when I cook or clean something. I only have one cupboard for everyday clothes.

  7. Avatar MyLady world 24 September 2015 / 19: 22

    I, along with my siblings, have been taught to dress up in separate clothes "from home", I was very surprised when at school they said that they do not do it. I once found out that it does not hurt me to walk in a new blouse, finally nothing like that I do not do ? At that time, I didn't know that I got it so quickly :( but I also confess when I change clothes after returning from school, I have the impression that they do not get damaged so quickly 🙂

  8. Avatar Madlen 24 September 2015 / 15: 53

    I rush in clothes, which is not a pity, for example "stain" 😉 in winter, for example, as a standard, a tracksuit and loose blouse

  9. Avatar Long hair 24 September 2015 / 13: 33

    I usually wear a bathrobe or hihi pajamas 🙂

  10. Avatar Anna Rozaneczka 24 September 2015 / 11: 58

    As a child, I was taught to respect clothes in such a way that after coming home I should change into "old" clothes. Now, as an adult woman, I can't imagine walking back home in "elegant" clothes. Elegant because they are usually intended for work or university. I take care of them so they look like they have just been bought for a long time. And at home I walk in those clothes that have stretched a bit, or have a small spot somewhere that could not be removed, or simply bought specially for this purpose 🙂

  11. Avatar kaminska 24 September 2015 / 10: 25

    I also always wear such "home" clothes at home. Most often they are tracksuits and a t-shirt, but I always try to make it look somehow and I was not ashamed to open the door of the postman 😉

    • Avatar [Email protected] 24 September 2015 / 13: 42

      I recently opened the postman in a half-sleep in a bathrobe. He was shocked 😀

  12. Avatar Kaprysek 24 September 2015 / 09: 32

    I always do the first thing after returning home, I wash my hands, put on my tracksuit and make tea 😉

  13. Avatar king naturally 24 September 2015 / 08: 54

    I usually change clothes because I don't want to get dirty, e.g. when cooking clothes that I like. Anyway, in leggings is most comfortable 🙂

  14. Avatar Anonymous 24 September 2015 / 08: 53

    Usually clothes that are no longer suitable for going to school or work, usually those that have stretched or are slightly damaged in washing, are "promoted" to my home clothes 🙂

    • Avatar [Email protected] 24 September 2015 / 09: 49

      I used to do that too, but over time I began to change my home clothes because I was just ashamed that someone could see me in them. And so I completed several sets that are comfortable, and at the same time look pretty good 🙂

  15. Avatar Beauty Land 24 September 2015 / 08: 47

    I devote a lot of attention to home clothes, I like to feel good and attractive in them, and I will jump out to the grocery store in them.
    You are right about this hygiene.

  16. Avatar Madziakowo 24 September 2015 / 08: 19

    I walk around the house in any way, every day with a two-year-old is a potential risk of getting clothes dirty, and so that later it is only suitable for trash

  17. Avatar Mrs.Rose 24 September 2015 / 08: 11

    I can't imagine walking around the house in the same clothes that I use for different exits. At home, I have lockers for home clothes and one with home clothes, these clothes must be comfortable and I have to feel good in them. Rather, they are not stretched tracksuits, because I also know someone can visit, a postman, courier or a neighbor can come and in such a torn, torn rag I would feel bad :).

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