I spend most of the winter in leggings. They're easy to put on, they're comfortable, and jeggings are the best thing EVER. Leggings that look like jeans? Those are the only way I will wear jeans
2. Oversized Sweaters/Shirts/Sweatshirts
Am I bloated? You can't tell. Did I sleep in this? You betcha. These make me feel comfortable, warm, and all of these oversized tops are in fashion.
My body can never decide if it's hot or cold. My hands and feet will feel like blocks of ice, but I'll be sweating. I've found wearing leggings and short sleeve shirts with layers like flannels, sweaters, jackets, and other things make for a perfect outfit. If I can balance out my body temperature with my clothes, at least something is kind of normal.
Soft, soft, soft. I only wear soft clothing now. If I'm going to be in pain all the time, at least my clothes are going to be soft.
5. Easy To Put On
Yes I know, that's weird, but my fingers swell and kind of feel numb in the mornings when I get dressed. If I can't grip tightly, I can't do up buttons on shirts or jeans, so I don't wear them that day, easy peasy. This is why you'll always catch me in pull over sweaters and leggings, shoes that are easy to slip on, and my hair messily done.