So I have to get some feedback here. I’m all about this hygge living but I also kind of like fashion. I used to want to be a big rock star fashion designer. Actually, though, I’m glad I didn’t go down that path. It’s a little more cut throat (at least back when I would have been in my prime) than I think I wanted in my life. I’ve pretty much decided that I’m allergic to drama.
Okay, but back on track here. Does hygge fashion exist? Is it a commercial thing or a real thing?
When I think hygge, I think cozy, comfy, warm, happy – you know all those fuzzy, happy feelings – like fuzzy socks and cozy sweaters.
Of course I went to Google to see what I could find.
Layer – yup, I’m all about layering – especially being in an office setting part of my work days. I layer all year round.
Fuzzy socks – yup, I’m obsessed.
Scarves – hah, you should see my collection. I’ve been collecting scarves for years. It was totally my signature in college.
So I’m still not quite sure what we’d consider hygge fashion outside of comfy, cozy, and fuzzy.
Some days my fashion is ripped jeans, a comfy tee and Converse sneakers. Other days it’s yoga pants and a cozy sweatshirt or pencil jeans, a warm sweater and boots. And even some other days it’s a vegan leather skirt and heels. I wear what I’m feeling that day. I wear what’s bringing me joy that morning. Whatever feels good is what I go with. I guess that’s how hygge fashion translates to me.