This year the difficult part has been positioning the garment on the hook. They have become too heavy. Or to put it correctly my arms can't lift squat. So I stay in my polyester caftan until i can devise a better dressing solution. The only time I really need to be dressed is when I get my hair done.
I've found shoes that zip and are lined with sheepskin. So I wear them without socks. The car warms up quickly for my mile trip and the shop owner helps me on with my coat when I leave. Usually that is a heavy sleeveless vest so my arms aren't weighted down for driving.
Another issue in my decline has been toothbrushing. For this I developed the Extendo-Arm (patent pending). It is a plunger inverted on a base. The concept was I would wedge my right elbow in the rubber plunger piece and my hand would be in the vicinity of my face. This has worked better than you would have imagined. Some day you will see it featured in a handicapped supply catalogue for $100. You saw it here first.