Once your coconut oil has been absorbed and/or you're starting to get cold, it's time to get dressed! Now listen: We all have that pile of gently worn clothes in our room that we pull from regularly, maybe even more than we pull from our actual closets. There are very few occasions when I'd recommend not drawing from that pile, but your wedding day, *some* job interviews, and this, the day you're completing my eight-step program, are on the very short list. Get something that's fresh — not wrinkled (I know, I know), not covered in dog hair, and doesn't need to be subjected to a smell test.
Beyond avoiding the "semi-clean-ish" pile, opt for stuff that's super soft and just makes you feel good when you wear it. I have found a lot of success by wearing one thing that's rather loose and comfy and one thing that's really tight and comfy. (Like a really soft long-sleeved T-shirt + my favorite leggings.) Other times I go entirely in one direction (all tight or all loose). I know that tight clothing seems sort of at odds with our plan for maximum comfort, but I've found that tight clothes can actually be sort of great — it's like a human Thundershirt!