Glutened? Cute + comfy clothes are everything

If you’ve been glutened, you no doubt understand the struggle of putting clothes on and going out in the world. Here are some cute + comfy clothing options!

Find the perfect cozy sweater for those “can’t get up” days! Photo: riccardo.fissore Winter is coming… via photopin (license)

If you’ve been glutened, you no doubt understand the struggle of putting clothes on and going out in the world. Your stomach is bloated and tender and tight waistbands are just out of the question. You can still look cute this Fall while remaining comfortable and cozy. Here are my favorite clothing items for when you’re feeling rough.

Swing dresses

They are full and flowy, and will hide a bloated belly. I recently picked up a couple long-sleeved, floral swing dresses at Old Navy, but these are really cute too!


Leggings

While tights are too constricting, leggings can be a more comfortable way to keep your legs warm under a dress. Pair with some tall boots and you’ll hardly even notice that they aren’t tights anyway!


Elastic-waist, wide leg pants

Not a dress kind of girl? No problem! Palazzo pants have been making a comeback. These have elastic waistbands and loose, flowy fabric. These are probably only ideal for people living in warmer climates this winter – they are definitely not warm! Pair these with a comfy t-shirt or blouse and off you go.


Accessories

If all else fails, add some cozy accessories, like a cocoon sweater or blanket scarf, and just hide under all the extra fabric.


What do you like to wear when you’re feeling bad? Tell me in the comments!

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