Mom wears wedding dress to lunch at request of her children because she 'couldn't think of a reason not to'

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Lunch is turning into a formal affair during self-isolation.

Author Curtis Sittenfeld posted a photo of herself reportedly at lunch with her kids casually wearing her wedding dress and veil.

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“Social distancing Day 12: Today my kids wanted me to wear my wedding dress at lunch & I couldn’t think of a reason not to,” she wrote on Twitter, along with the photo of her drinking from an espresso cup.

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The mom, who posted the photo on Tuesday, has received more than 240,000 likes on her photo and 18,000 retweets. But more than praise, Sittenfeld has sparked a movement of other self-isolating folks looking to add a little glamour to their daily quarantine routine.

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Sittenfeld isn’t the first to pioneer a social media trend during the days of social-distancing, either. In recent weeks, families have been sharing how they have been coping with the quarantine by creating clubs and red carpet walks in their homes.