The Monochromatic Move
When you really can't bring yourself to think about coordinating clothing before running errands, just reach for an outfit that revolves around one color family (bonus points if it's a tangerine print like this one). A solid and quirky color makes getting dressed a breeze, and is easily matched with a pair of no-fuss slides.
The Knotted Shirt
The knotted shirt is a versatile piece of clothing ideal for running errands, whether you wear it alone or layered. While this one is midriff-baring, adding a knot to a loose-fitting shirt is another way to keep comfortable and up your outfit's cool factor. We swear it goes with everything.
The Sporty Blazer
A sporty blazer dresses up even the most casual article of clothing, like these cutoffs. It's the perfect piece to throw on in anticipation of running into an ex or old acquaintance — par for the course when it's errand day.
The Neon Shades
Neon glasses like these allow you to ditch the eye makeup while maintaining fresh and fashionable vibes. Plus, because they're not as dark as regular sunglasses, you won't look like you're too cool for school for wearing sunglasses indoors.
The Lazy Girl's Hair Secret
A thick headband will conceal even four-day hair roots. With this low-key accessory and a spritz of dry shampoo, no one will be the wiser that washing your hair is the last item on your to-do list for errand day.
The Good Ol' Top Knot
The top knot never retires. Instead of a normal bun, make your errand 'do a messy, extra-high top knot. Not only is it edgier, but it'll also make your face look more sculpted.
The Slicked-Back Style
Slicked-back hair is not just for the supermodels of the world; you too can totally rock this hairstyle. It's quick, hassle-free and makes your hair infinitely more manageable.
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The Quick Pony
The low pony is as much a workhorse of a hairstyle as it is chic. It might seem low-key and utilitarian, but it's easily elevated with a simple ribbon. With a little texturizing spray, you'll look like you stepped right off the runway.
Errand runs have a way of making you feel your most ragey, a mood even a stop for Starbucks in Target can’t erase. One way to make them easier: Have a go-to errand uniform that is neither too scruffy or too fussy. Having a routine for errand runs makes life just a little more streamlined, lessening the chance of having a meltdown in the hardware aisle of Home Depot. (Not like that’s ever happened to us… )
In order to inspire you, we’ve searched for the best street-style approved errand outfits that totally nail the fashion way of checking every last mundane task off your list.
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