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Stop wearing jeans at home — shop these sales on comfy clothes

Stop wearing jeans at home — shop these sales on comfy clothes

If you’re lucky enough to get to work from home right now, you’ve probably heard the “tip” that you should still get dressed like you’re going into the office. You know, in the name of productivity. But honestly, that’s some bullshit. I’m not trying to wear jeans while I’m sitting on my couch for eight hours.

Wear what makes you comfortable. For me, that’s been athletic leggings, joggers, soft T-shirts, and hoodies. I’m really leaning into the athleisure look.

You can still be just as productive while you’re lounging in comfortable clothing. Add some more cozy pieces to your wardrobe and save some money by shopping these brands: Read more…

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Save up to 50% in the Adidas mid-season sale

Save up to 50% in the Adidas mid-season sale

TL;DR: Adidas has launched its mid-season sale, with up to 50% off footwear, apparel, and more. 


Nobody knows when normality will return, or if things will ever be “normal” again. What we do know is that it’s important to keep dreaming about better times.

Adidas has just dropped a mid-season sale to help pull you through. You’re probably not going to be able to show off any of the discounted footwear and apparel anytime soon, but you can invest for the future.

You can now save up to 50% on the list price of outlet items, including running gear, kids clothing, and accessories. Free delivery is also available on all orders, if you needed another reason to stock up. Read more…

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Running for office? This company lends free clothes to women candidates.

Running for office? This company lends free clothes to women candidates.

It’s an offer candidates shouldn’t refuse. 

M.M. LaFleur, which designs professional women’s attire, has announced it will be lending free clothing to women candidates running for office — whether for Congress or town council.

The offer was inspired by feedback from shoppers, according to a statement from founder and CEO Sarah LaFleur. Following the 2016 presidential election, customers told the M.M. LaFleur team they wanted the company to support women running for office.  

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