Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post, meaning I either received payment and/or free product in exchange for this post. That being said, I would never give my endorsement/recommendation for something I didn't absolutely love!
When people ask me what the best part of working from home is, I always give the same answers:
1. I get to stay home/raise my boys/work around their schedules.
2. I have more freedom (in both my time and creativity).
3. I can wear whatever the eff I want because my boys are still too young to judge me (I think).
Early on in my work-from-home life, I learned that I actually feel more human when I do wake up, change out of my pajamas, put on a bra, and add some waves to my hair, but I would still hate to sacrifice comfort for style (as I do NOT need to wear jeans and a fitted top to run around at the park when I can be wearing yoga pants... can I get an amen?!).
That's where my friends at Ruby Ribbon come in.
Ruby Ribbon is a social commerce apparel company that makes the world's cutest and most comfortable clothes that are not only super stylish, but also compliment each and every shape, making them my new everyday go to!
After interviewing Founder and CEO Anna Zornosa a few months ago, the company was so gracious and sent me a box full of different clothes to try, and I seriously cannot rave about each piece enough!
Let's have a look:
In addition to all of the above, I also got to try Ruby Ribbon's famous camis, which not only replace your uncomfortable wire bra, but also smooth any bumps you may be trying to hide (which is great when you are like me and wearing something that no longer fits like it did pre-baby).
You guys, I cannot say enough good things about both these clothes and this amazing company! I am extremely picky about what I recommend to friends, but I wholeheartedly endorse anything and everything from Ruby Ribbon for its comfort, value, and style. Be sure to check out their website for the looks I shared and so much more! (Psst... If you love the clothes, you can even sell them! Just ask the oh-so fabulous Livvy Cunningham :)