Being a mother and wife is hard work. Day in and day out I am scurrying around tending to the demands of multiple schedules and ever changing needs. Some days I literally feel like I don’t get a second alone, even when nature calls. I’m sure many know the feeling and can relate.
Endless demands, such as have been mentioned, tend to pull a gal down….which is why I feel it is completely acceptable to spoil yourself, from time to time, with an article or two (okay, maybe 5) of clothing that bring comfort and style into your life. Something that is unique to you and, when worn, transforms your inner being and boosts your confidence no matter where or what you are doing.
For me the Ellie Navy Robe, by Needham Lane, is one of my go-to articles of clothing that instantly transforms me when I put it on. After a particularly stressful day or extremely long night, slipping into this robe curled up next to the fireplace with a mug of hot chocolate in my hands helps me feel relaxed, comfortable, and rejuvenated.
I enjoy preparing for my day while wearing it. At times I even pretend as if it is my supermom cape…infusing strength into my body and mind telling me that I can have happiness and I am worth it. Silly I know. But reality is, being a mother and wife really drains me at times and I forget that my happiness matters as well. Who knew that spoiling oneself with a simple article of clothing could have such a deep physiological impact on your life.
The thing that sets this article of clothing apart from the other apparel in my closet is its quality of material and exclusive bold colorful print. I am never one to shy away from a great bold print, however if you prefer a more conservative piece there are exclusive prints that can appease any style.
If you are looking for a new article of clothing that will bring livelihood into your life, consider shopping with Needham Lane. You are worth it, and your inner being will thank you for it.
Needham Lane provided me with this product for review. Regardless of this agreement, the words expressed are my own honest opinion.