The glory of the style guilty pleasure

Because sometimes you give in and embrace your inner schlub.
Style Poll:  What’s your guilty pleasure when it comes to style?

That’s mine.  An old thrift store t-shirt over a long sleeve tee from Target.  Usually both are wrinkled to hell because I either forgot them in the dryer, half folded them and left them in a laundry basket, or shoved them in a drawer that was too full.  There are holes in the t-shirt, and yes, I know it makes no sense to put the short sleeve over the long.

But I don’t care.  Because I love it.

It’s a great idea to put a little extra effort into your off-time style, but those who can’t think of a single guilty pleasure risk being a little too dressed up a little too often.  Someone who feels actual guilt about their guilty pleasure takes clothes way too seriously.

Maybe it’s the thing you put on after a really long day.  Or maybe it’s that item of clothing you’ve had for fifteen years that you still love and can’t bring yourself to send to Goodwill.

We all have one.  What’s yours?