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The Lazy Mom's Guide to Comfortable Style

By Lori Garcia |

Ever since I became a work-at-home mom I sort of bailed on myself.

As a woman who once began her commute in full corporate attire, styled hair, and perfect makeup at 6 a.m. daily, I morphed into the woman who could barely remember to shower. Hey, I’m busy working from home. Who’s going to see me besides the mailman, grocery clerk, preschool staff, all the moms at school pickup, my neighbors, my husband, and my kids? Wow…that’s actually a lot of people. Damn.

The day I finally managed to get dressed and brush my hair, my family couldn’t get over how “beautiful” I looked. How sad. I didn’t look beautiful at all; I looked dressed.

Something needed to change. I needed to find a way to achieve affordable style quickly, comfortably, and with absolute minimum effort.

I’m happy to report that after 5 months of working from home, I’ve learned a few tricks to keep us looking stylishly human. Check ‘em out!

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Style Guide for Busy Moms

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What are your tips for comfortable, effortless style?

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About Lori Garcia


Lori Garcia

Lori Garcia is a writer and mother of two living and loving in Southern California. When she's not fussing with her bangs, you can find her shaking her groove thing on her personal blog, Mommyfriend where she almost never combines true tales of motherhood and mayhem with her degree in child development. Read bio and latest posts → Read Lori's latest posts →

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