Tie dyeing is all the rage, with people bored from sheltering at home and needing a project, or from people sheltering at home and needing a wardrobe refresher.
No wonder Mila Kunis was sporting a cool tie dye sweatshirt from Splendid on a video she shot with her hubs Ashton Kutcher.
Of course, that sweatshirt cost her $148.
Uhmmmm… do you know how much grub we could get on DoorDash for $148?
Lookie here at these tie dye kits you can get on Amazon:
Yeah, tie dyeing takes some effort… But, you’ve got some time on your hands…
Don’t make your co-workers say WTH because your WFH (Work From Home) fashion is, well… hideous.
Granted, you don’t need to put on the heels and hose. Or even a bra. But perhaps you could appear as if you showered recently and washed your clothes.
Bohme has some super cute styles that can actually transition to life outside your four walls.
Prices are decent, in our Crack Wise opinion. Plus, you’ve got some stimulus cash…
Brooke Shields has been making hearts flutter for, like, ever… what 70s-era little girl didn’t want to be Brooke in her Calvin Klein Jeans? And what hot-blooded American didn’t want to get her out of those same jeans? Even though she was only 15 at the time, but, whatever...
So, when Brooke was snapped wearing these Jen7 7 for All Mankind Slim Jeans, well, day-um!
If our tush could look this good, we’d drop the $99 for these jeans…
Silk and satin are beautiful fabrics. As pieces of clothing? Hell-to-the-no.
Why? You need the smoothest, lack-of-lumps body to wear a silk dress. A silk scarf is the only acceptable piece of silk clothing…
But kudos to whomever can pull-off and afford this dress from Silk Laundry:
At least it’s discounted to $198.75. Whew! We’ll only have to give up our toilet paper budget for this dress.
If you must silky/satin up your life, why not choose this option from Shein (found on Amazon)?
This is at least a sexier choice for a fraction of the price: Starting at $15.99.
Both options are dangerous for boob slippage, but at least this one looks dressier than quarantine-y.
Quite frankly, when we think “silk clothing” we think napkins at a fancy restaurant for whatever reason.
Haus of V is a creative collective that shares a similar mindset -- with a twist.