I'm a freelance writer. My work clothes consist of whatever I want them to be. Generally I "dress" for work significantly worse than I do for anything else. Old clothes, pajamas, dirty clothes, no clothes at all (don't drop by)... I've worked on articles read by thousands wearing them all. It's a pretty great gig if you hate dressing up and are allergic to paying for dry cleaning.
But in thinking about work clothes, I started to wonder what a mom's uniform is. Because while my paying job is freelance writing, my 24-hour-a-day, seven-days-a-week volunteer assignment is being a mother. What are mom clothes?
For me, they mostly involve denim. By owning several pairs of denim shorts, I can put on pretty much any of the wash-and-wear shirts in my wardrobe (which are mostly dark colors) and they match. This is very helpful when dressing in a hurry (when am I not dressing in a hurry?).
I start out clean, and I'm not naturally messy, but hands get wiped on my pants whenever there aren't towels, and dog and rabbit hair collect on everything. It's not a glamorous job, and the wardrobe matches. Does your "momiform" match mine?
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