January Jones has been locked up in her house for so long that she forgot how to wear clothes!
The “Mad Men” actress shared a sultry selfie on Monday, March 15, where she debated if her outfit was appropriate to wear out. The beautiful star posed in her bathroom in a pair of sweat pants and a leather jacket. She let her blonde hair drape down over one eye as she accessorized with a chic gold necklace. There was only one problem with her outfit… she forgot to wear a shirt (it’s not a problem for everyone)!
Jones is known for captions that showcase her dry sense of humor, and she didn’t disappoint. “I’m so out of practice. Can one wear sweatpants, a leather jacket and no top as an outfit?” January wrote. “What if I zipped it up and put shoes on.. is that sufficient?? Also does it feel more like ‘date night’ or target run’?” We find it strange that she would separate date night from a Target run… are they not the same thing?
Jones gave her fans the last thing they wanted to mark one year since quarantine started. She shared an awkward video of her dance moves. Still, she looked gorgeous, but those moves need to be left at home. Thankfully, that’s exactly what she said she was going to do. “Exactly one year in quarantine. It’s brought out the best and worst of me in many ways. Time to get my vac and NOT go dancing in public, don’t worry,” she joked.
Some of her best quarantine moments include when she learned to synchronize swim, and some of the worst moments include a bizarre/hilarious conversation she had with her dolls.
January’s strange Instagram habits haven’t gone unnoticed. In fact, she found it amusing when The National Inquirer asked her to comment on a report about how her IG posts are a “desperate cry for attention.” However, she does seem to be reaping the influencer rewards for all of her social efforts. Earlier this month, she got all dolled up when Dolce & Gabbana seemingly sent her a package filled with sweet designer clothes. “Watches the @dolcegabbana #DGNextChapter FW21 show once… #90sSuperModel ??,” she wrote at the time. Keep it up, January! We love your style and sense of humor!