Who says you can’t dress up to stay at home? Marilyn Monroe notoriously slept in only her Chanel No. 5, but why not wear something pretty to bed, and stay in it until afternoon? With these lovely summer nightie items, you really won’t want to take them off in the morning, and they’re perfect for ultra-glam lazy days at home (and glammer days back at school). So if you’re itching for something a little more special than your college hoodie to lay around in, check out these summer loungewear that will keep you feeling both cool and hot.
Meet The Boob Tape That Survived My Under-Boob Sweat
What is a hot girl summer but an amalgamation of under-boob sweat, complicated crop tops, and impractical backless dresses? These anti-bra silhouettes are