The whole work from home routine has become quite a familiar acquaintance of mine in the last year or so. And probably for you too, however since the shift online, people have adapted to this new form of working. The WFH routine has become comfortable and I can’t see it changing any time soon. But whilst having to put up with zoom meetings and quizzes, there is one luxury to working from home. And yes, its the clothing we can wear and WFH styling. Who knows if we appear in a meeting with the top half dressed up and the bottom half being in pyjama bottoms?? Home comforts at its finest.
On the other hand, some people still like to wear some form of work attire whilst working from home. Whether thats to make you feel more motivated or to help differentiate between work life and home life, its something that more of us are looking into now this WFH life is a more permanent move. So I wanted to share a few WFH styling pieces that I felt weren’t too formal, yet workwear appropriate. All whilst ticking that comfort box too.
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This Zara jumper is such a beautiful colour, a perfect spring colour. And we could all do with manifesting a bit of spring with warmer weather, the hope that we won’t be in lockdown etc. This also is available with a matching jogger set, so dress it up with some chunky jewellery and you will look ready to work.
One thing that I have started seeing around stores and I can guarantee will become more popular is the scoop neckline. Coast had a few different options, however this River Island one is the perfect scoop neckline for anyone. There is a huge diversity of colours available too.
I think this piece is the perfect casual workwear combination. The trend of the extremely high cut jumpers fits this category yet, because it is a 2 in 1 it is perfect for those who wouldn’t know what to layer underneath it.
Let me tell you these are the perfect WFH trousers. They are smarter than joggers, but offer that same comfort rating as normal joggers. Style them with a shirt and some trainers or a blouse for a more formal look.
I cannot tell you how much I myself am tempted to get this Gillet. Mango call it a Gillet, but its more of a sleeveless jumper build in my opinion. This is such a timeless piece too so you could wear it for more than just working from home.
The dream slippers ladies and gentlemen. I think, why not treat yourself to a pair of gorgeous, and comfortable slippers when all we are doing is staying at home. It gets colder working from home so slippers are essential. And these are just everyones slipper dream!
I know a lot of these suggestions have been more top half related, but when you are on zoom meetings who is seeing the bottom half? This top would look amazing on some skinny black jeans. Or if you aren’t a jeans at home type a person a pair of lighter grey joggers would suit too.
Not everyone likes wearing shoes at home, but I know that some with home offices do. Getting dressed properly can be more motivating. I like to see these as a cross between practical and comfort so suit the WFH life really well.
A silk shirt is a comfortable yet sophisticated WFH styling piece for your wardrobe. Again this is channeling those spring vibes with the dainty lilac. If you want to feel more made up this is for you.
Now this is one of the more out their pieces in this, however shirt dresses are that WFH styling essential. This with the funky design will just make wearing clothes for work at home that bit more interesting.
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