It’s weird. Even though the fashion industry is worth over a trillion dollars per year, if we all had our way, we’d probably just wear sweat pants and snuggies all the time. A lot of us have certainly learned that about ourselves, and many have taken to Twitter to express this inconvenient truth in hilarious ways.
Here are 13 examples of people who will never look at style choices the same way again.
13. All about me
Not caring what other people think is a lieeeeee.
If quarantine has taught me one thing, It’s that all those times I said I was “dressing for myself,” I was lying.
— Emily McCombs (@msemilymccombs) April 21, 2020
12. Where to where?
Yanno maybe we never needed all those outfits.
why do I still have the urge to buy clothes online? like for why? where do I plan to where them? the kitchen?
— quinta brunson (@quintabrunson) April 1, 2020
11. Don’t be a scab
We’re all on strike from life, get in line.
Resentful of anyone outside who looks hot, pls stop breaking the quarantine schlub code we need solidarity
— Angelina Chapin (@angelinachapin) April 16, 2020
10. Ready? FIGHT!
This is some subtle video game brilliance.
Choosing your quarantine character ???
— Danielle Baskin (@djbaskin) April 5, 2020
9. Lemons and lemonade
This joke has layers and it’s wonderful.
quarantine day ???: my husband just walked into the living room wearing in a t-shirt and nothing else, said "dress for the job you want" and then disappeared
— amy brown (@arb) March 20, 2020
8. My big day
Why should you only get to wear it once, anyway?
Social distancing Day 12: Today my kids wanted me to wear my wedding dress at lunch & I couldn’t think of a reason not to pic.twitter.com/2snMmwxuGq
— Curtis Sittenfeld (@csittenfeld) March 24, 2020
Burn that cr*p.
that i wore a bra…nearly every day before this…feels crazy to me
— rachel syme (@rachsyme) March 17, 2020
6. Denim deluxe
Well, look at Mr. Fancy Pants.
My husband is wearing jeans to work from home … psychotic
— Gabriella Paiella (@GMPaiella) March 13, 2020
5. Keep it simple
And don’t even get me started on tying shoes.
I have been wearing hoodies and sweatpants for so long I think I’ve forgotten how to operate buttons.
— Josh Gondelman (@joshgondelman) April 26, 2020
4. My natural state
They mustn’t know this is the real me.
People: I can't wait for this to be over. I'm going to spend so much time outside and doing social stuff with others.
Me: *laughs nervously* Yes, me too. I will be doing all the social things outside my apartment and not laying around in sweatpants and no bra.
— Charlotte Clymer ?️? (@cmclymer) April 26, 2020
3. Changing standards
Look I don’t want to brag but I managed to clean an entire dish today.
Showered, put on clean clothes, then took a walk. With the day’s hard work out of the way I can now relax.
— Mike Ginn (@shutupmikeginn) March 29, 2020
2. Half asleep
The key to success is knowing you could totally go do stuff if you wanted to.
lot of talk on here about not wearing a bra during ~these uncertain times~ but not enough acknowledgement of my go-to: waking up and putting a sports bra on under my pajamas, thereby transforming sleep clothes into maybe-i'll-exercise-later clothes while still wearing pajamas
— Hannah Keyser (@HannahRKeyser) April 23, 2020
1. Don’t overpack
Again, the only conclusion I can come to here is that most of us just have way too many clothes.
I feel like I’m on that trip where you bring a bunch of clothes but only end up wearing the same 5 things
— Sarah Levy (@sarahlevy_) April 11, 2020
If you happen to actually be wearing pants while reading this, I hope you enjoy your ivory towers, you elitist.
What’s your wardrobe been like lately?
Let us know in the comments.