Grunge Sweatpants and Plaid Flannel

Wednesday, December 28, 2016 Unknown 3 Comments

I feel like I'm hibernating by mid-December. I don't emerge from the lazy sweatpants chrysalis I've created until after New Years. I didn't fully exit my holiday cocoon to shoot this look for you. I just sort of elevated my laziness to comfy chic.

It helps that these sweatpants - which you might recognize from my last Stitch Fix unboxing - are the most comfortable thing I own. I could honestly live in them and I'll freely admit that I have been for the last few weeks. The material is thick, soft, and warm enough for the unseasonably cold temperatures we've had in Seattle the past few weeks (we even had snow!). I feel eternally indebted to Stitch Fix for sending these to me.

I liked the idea of a white crop top and over sized flannel pairing. I'm still learning to love and accept my body enough to wear crop tops. I find layering one with something I can button up if I start feeling self conscious is a nice way to ease into a style that still makes me a bit uncomfortable at times.

You're probably tired of seeing this flannel but it's one of my favorites and you can't deny how fiercely it pairs with red Converses.

Shop this Look 

Plaid flannel shirt, thrifted (similar)

White crop top, thrifted (similar)

Gray sweatpant joggers, Stitch Fix (similar)

Red converse sneakers, thrifted (exact)

Safety pin earrings, Nordstrom Rack (similar)

Circle ring, Asos (similar)


  1. This is a great cozy look! I love the red with your hair!

  2. Thank you! I'm wearing these sweatpants again today. So comfy and warm!

  3. If your workout sessions are accompanied with stylish and very comfortable clothes then they will definitely add up to the improved workout performance. Even I always invest in top notch clothes for my workout sessions and always go with sweatpants, leggings and tops from the brands like Lululemon, beyond yoga and Nike etc.