Work from home fashion and outfits

We are in week 3 of working from home. And by we, I mean most of you. I recently wrote about being productive while working from home, and one of the pointers was to dress for the part.

Rules change only slightly when it comes to dressing to work from home. Personally, I need them to be CC – cute and comfy. But now that we are all working from home, the inspiration spectrum has widened considerably and I am here to share some OOTD ideas that I have been crushing on. Disclaimer: I found way too many outfits that I loved, but for the sake of space and your time, I have shortlisted them to include only my absolute favourites. Even then, there will have to be two parts, because no one wants a post that requires 100 scrolls to get to the end.

So, are you ready? Here’s some inspiration on how to dress to work from home:

Starting with my personal aesthetic – comfy, cool and cute

Sweatshirts and hoodies are #WFHfashion approved. Just keep it stylish.

For some extra jazz, add in a couple of necklaces and Tan France’s french tuck.

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My best WFH outfit yet 👏🏻

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Galactic, with some lamé and inner glow

Keep it together, and colourful

Block it all – colour, patterns and negativity

Print me beautiful because lawn is still in vogue

Not all prints are floral and paisley, as exhibited below.

WFH fashion has but one commandment – no denim, unless…

You are Mehwish Hayat and have a Laz-Z tee

Federica with a self-illustrated tee

Or Molly’s cropped wide-legged denims

Monochrome, but make it fashion

There is something about blue on blue – denim fetish reimagined.

Match your wallpaper, but only if it’s floral

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camouflage 🦎🌸

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And throw in a quirky shoe.

Throw in all your favourites and go for a ride, in your backyard

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YES I’M CYCLING INSIDE MY HOUSE AND NOT GOING OUT BECAUSE THAT’S HOW INTENSE THE SITUATION IS! I know a lot of people who are still being forced to go to family gatherings, birthday parties, weddings and even to go to work by their companies. Please save and share the following post to explain to all these people why staying at home is so necessary right now: ⭕️ People need to understand the concept of being a ‘carrier’. Just because you haven’t gotten infected or aren’t showing symptoms you could still be a ‘carrier’ of the virus and others could contract it from you. ⭕️ Even if you don’t get corona, think of the elderly, children and people with comprised/weak immune systems. You could easily pass on the virus to them and put their health and lives in danger. ⭕️ With limited amount of hospitals, supplies, health professionals and facilities, our nation is definitely not in a state to accommodate a large number of patients at the same time. So staying at home and ensuring lesser and lesser people get infected is extremely vital at this stage. ⭕️ Think of the poor and people from the lower-income strata of the society. What if you contract the virus and pass it to any of them. They don’t even have enough space in their homes to isolate the patient which will put the entire family at risk. I could go on and on and on, but please take care of yourselves and your family and others around you! It’s not about just you and me, it’s about all of us! Let’s act like responsible citizens and help each other and our nation to fight this. 💪 #ehtiyatcorona #gharparrahona . . . . 📸: @meow_eem 👗: @whatthefunkwear

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Soak in some winter sun, before we say adieu to winter fashion