Get ready to elevate your work-from-home wardrobe.
While there’s something luxurious about working from home in your pajamas for a day or two, that starts to get old pretty quick. Changing into real clothes can help provide a sense of purpose for professionals ushering in the workday, and it can also prevent feeling groggy (and let’s face it, maybe even a little gross). Plus, dreaming about fashion can help break up the monotony of the current stay-at-home situation.
Below, we’ve rounded up street style looks to inspire your at-home style.
The Billie Eilish Look
Billie Eilish’s oversize fashion has inspired many Gen Zers’ wardrobes, and it’s sort of perfect for lockdown. After all, it’s comfy while also being right on trend. Like this fashion week attendee, let track pants, puffers and hoodies be your guide (a la Eilish) as you stay at home.
To Buy: Champion LIFE Hoodie, $39.
The Slouchy Boot Outfit
Nothing says “cozy at home” like a pair of warm, oversize boots, but they still can be elevated Take this fashion week attendee’s Y/Project and Ugg’s boots, paired with a fierce (but still comfy) coat.
The Oversize Everything Ensemble
Ditch the tight fabrics in favor of slouchy silhouettes — like wool sweaters or oversize ponchos — while staying at home. For a slightly more pulled together but still comfortable look, consider swapping the slippers for loafers, like this fashion month attendee.
The ’80s Vibes Outfit
Fashion may be obsessed with all things ’90s these days, but the athleisure looks of the ’80s, with their neons and legwarmers, feel pretty apropos these days. Plus, this kind of outfit makes the (at-home) office to (at-home) gym transition that much easier.
To Buy: Capezio Legwarmers, $26.
The Zoom Celebration Look
From birthday parties to weddings, the current situation has put a damper on planned events — introducing a temporary new era of Zoom celebrations. Mix and match a cozy piece on the top and a festive one on the bottom, or vice versa.
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