12th Sep 2020
Nothing like a throw-on dress or jumpsuit to make those new early mornings easy
None of us can really believe that school is back in our lives, and while we have mixed emotions about it all, the school run is definitely not a part that we’ve missed. Getting everyone up, washed, fed and out the door after almost six months together inside is a strange task to master, and we need all the corner-cutting tricks we can get.
When it comes to dressing ourselves, normally on school run days, we’re lucky if we make it out of our pyjamas. But choosing your new season wardrobe carefully, so that you have some throw-on items that are comfortable and still appropriate for Zoom meetings, is key. Loose dresses, or tailored jumpsuits, give the illusion of considered dressing, when really, it’s as easy as throwing on a tracksuit.
These high street options are perfect for these crazy new mornings, and will stand the test of time well into next term.
Cotton long jumpsuit, €49.99 from Mango
Knitted polo-neck dress, €39.99 from H&M
Ruffled poplin dress, €89 from Arket
Check print dress, €49.95 from Zara
Belted oversized jumpsuit, €129 from & Other Stories
Ruffled shirt dress, €39.99 from Mango
Wide-fit voile dress, €89 from Arket
Denim boiler suit, €39.99 from H&M
Dress with contrast top, €39.95 from Zara
Voluminous A-Line wide collar dress, €99 from & Other Stories
Floral print dress, €59.99 from Mango
Playsuit with shoulder pads, €25.95 from Zara
Smocked puff sleeve ruffle mini dress, €89 from & Other Stories
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