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Ever had one of those days where you wake-up late and don't want to dress up meticulously? Where you'd sacrifice admiring stares from people on the sidewalks just to save comfort? Those days you'll be hanging with your friends, eating gelato at Central Park, or checking out the new records at the music shop on a lovely summer's afternoon?

Wake up, freshen up. Even if it's a lazy day outfit, it's no excuse to be unhygienic. So brush your teeth, at least attempt to comb through your hair (for me, a wide-tooth comb does the trick), and scrub and moisturize your face with a good cleanser and face lotion with SPF. If you want, you can go out with BB cream. I would also apply a thin coat of lip gloss :)

For the outfit, I'd wear a v-neck with a pair of high-wasted shorts. I'd also wear a brown belt to make the outfit more chic. On lazy days, I don't like wearing bright colors as my main ensemble (bottoms, tops), but brighter colors really do pop and give an outfit so much more "flavorful." I'd wear a pair of brightly-colored flats to do this. I'd throw on my favorite rutsack from Urban Outfitters, fill it up with things you'd be using for the day. (These are really good for traveling since they hold more than an everyday pocketbook, and they're trendy aka not toursity.) For accessories, throw on some random bracelets! 

Since my hair looks god awful when I wake up, I'd comb through it and put it in a nice but chic messy bun on the side of my head. However, when I don't wash my hair for a couple of days, it becomes nice and straight. I'd pin down my bangs, style them so then they'd become cute side bangs.

And lastly... throw on a pair of your favorite RayBans! These cover up dreary-looking eyes and gigantor eyebags, are super chic, and provide an air of mysteriousness if they're the black color (haha, just kidding!) I find them to be super useful and flattering in even the most awkward situations and places.
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