Hi Loves! So, we all very aware of how the pandemic has played such a vital role in changing almost everything that we’ve been used to and there’s been so much changes in terms of our lifestyles and individuals who are able to work remotely have been working from home and honestly what a change. But how do you still dress up (if you’re looking to do so) for those Zoom meetings or to just enlighten and look all put together every now and then.
I know I’m so delayed in this post because we’ve been in a pandemic for a while and people have been working from home, I still wanted to put together a few ideas especially since where I’m from autumn just kicked in. These looks are for the dressier side but still kinda comfy and ‘safe’ for home. I also put additional looks but more loungewear inspired. For this post I particularly put a 4-day look that are my personal go-to when WFH. I’ll share 4 looks from 4 working days since Fridays are dedicated to my self-care and usually I’m all robed up. Keep scrolling as I share my looks.
Look 1 – Monday
My safest WFH choice. Comfy, chic and still looks like I did a lot when I actually did the bare minimum. This particular look can be worn for both spring/summer seasons and autumn/winter, it’s that versatile and functional. You can easily throw on a cardigan or even a sweater so the shirt comes through. Pairing these with your most comfortable shoe is the best option and it’s a great look for those 30 minute catch-ups with colleagues.
Look 2 – Tuesday
The second day of the week for me means more writing and even proof reading posts that are scheduled. With a day like this I just want to be as comfortable and simple as I can be. Unless it’s extremely cold, I would just top up the look with my current go-to style elevation trick and throwing a sweater around my shoulder. I also share some really cool visual boards and style inspiration on the perfect pairings for a style option like this [ Read Here : The chic around-your-shoulder vibe ].
Look 3 – Wednesday
Midweek and my most busiest days of them all because it’s usually my content creation day. I also opt for an outfit that is more towards the comfortable side since I will be doing a lot of moving around and changing so once I’ve completed all of that I can just pop back into this look (it kinda also makes me feel a lot more put together and in place, almost like I’m doing something right especially once I’ve completed all the content creation I needed to do). I immediately just want to grab a coffee and just do a thorough look at the work I shot. I honestly think a stylish, monochromatic look like this is great and keeps me motivated instead of tired after doing work. I also think it’s perfect for presentations and if you have back-to-back meetings. To top it off it’s midweek right, so showing off to your mates that you still got yourself together is a great show off especially when tackling those big projects. Stylish and chic!
Look 4 – Thursday
You know I had to include an all black look because honestly you cannot go wrong with it. This is also for more colder days I feel. Thursdays are dedicated to posting work and doing those last minute changes (if need be) because I won’t be able to do all that the following day since it is self-care and I am slowly getting into the discipline of dedicating Fridays to exactly that (unless there is something urgent to do). Very comfy, put together and easy. If you’re not the fashion type this is such an easy style.
Below I put some loungewear items that you can check out if you’re more into the laid-back, comfy look. They’re for the more relaxed days and not too much on the dressy side.
Below are additionals sets if you’re really into that comfort look and feel.
These are just inspirational images I keep on file from social media platforms including Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook ,Who What Wear, NET-A-PORTER and from the brands site as referenced. I do not own any of these images.
And that’s a wrap! Let me know what you’ve been wearing if you’re WFH and how do you change up your looks to keep your style flow going.