Are you getting dressed for social distancing?
Clothing is many things besides protection from the elements and what we wear when we are out and about says a lot about us.
However, many of us now find ourselves self-isolating, working from home or simply staying in our homes, except for that one outing we are allowed for daily exercise or a weekly trip for groceries.
For most of us, our daily routines may well have changed this week, and our motivation to get up and dressed may have waned.
Getting ready for the day can have a huge impact on our mental health and our positivity.
Has this new regime changed the way you get dressed in the day? Ladies, are you putting on your make up and gentlemen – are you having a daily shave? Are you getting dressed as usual, just wearing comfy leisure clothes or staying in your PJ’s?
What are your views?
We'd love to hear your comments
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