The first rule of working from home: never stay in your pjs.
Break out of your bed threads and into something that motivates you to tackle that to-do list.
When you’re working from home, you want to be presentable enough for that Skype meeting but casual enough to sit cross-legged on the sofa, ya know?
While climbing into a suit and typing from the dining table might work for some people, others need fool-proof jeans and a soft knit to get sh*t done. Comfort is key!
It’s all about business up top, roomy waistbands down south.
Here are the pieces we’re eyeing up for our work-from-home wardrobe!
Clothes that resemble pjs are my favourite kinda clothes! I love a matching set that’s roomy and comfy but still presentable enough to dart to the shops for bread and milk. And by bread and milk I mean Cadbury’s and Diet Coke.
If I make it out of my pyjamas it means the day is going well, but comfort is still my top priority when working from home alone. Leggings, slouchy t shirt, no make-up and my hair out of my face = my WFH essentials.
I’ve been obsessed with Loungewear Outfits this winter and my wardrobe is now brimming with them. They tick every box, comfort, warmth and also look really stylish! I own both these sets and wear them as they are at home and pair them with longline coats and chunky trainers if i’m venturing outside!
For me if i’m working from home I have to get up and ready basically in the exact way i would for a normal work day (minus the makeup). If i don’t, my brain thinks it’s time to kick back with Friends reruns. I usually have a 1hr30 commute each way to contend with so my WFH days can by far be the most productive and there’s something about an outfit that can give you that extra oomph to nail the day. Don’t get me wrong i don’t put a pencil skirt and shirt on but i’ll still pop on my favourite jeans and a comfy top.
I’m always more productive when I WFH if I get up and shower to start the day. I’ll change into something as equally pyjama like when I get out but I still feel fresh and ready for the day. I got one of these fine knit tracksuits for Christmas and loved it so much I bought another in a different colour in January. They’re so comfy and good quality and smart enough that I can actually leave the house in them, which is usually to the corner shop to get snacks.
Working from home outfits mean loungewear, slippers and comfy underwear! I got this loungewear set from ASOS for Christmas and it is so comfy to wear, looks great on too! Pair with some fluffy slider slippers and matching Calvin Klein underwear for ultimate comfort.
Working from home means indulging in that comfort! Just a simple pair of leggings and a loose cosy tee paired with a really snuggly jumper definitely makes the job easier (don’t forget the pineapple top knot to keep those locks out the way!)
Working from home outfits surely just means pyjama’s, no? Honestly I’ll normally get up, shower, and get back in to a fresh pair of jammies ready for the day ahead. If you’re lucky I’ll chuck on a sports bra. My current fave jammies are still the ones I got from Chelsea Peers for crimbo.