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Spring Outfits, WORK FROM HOME EDITION.
All jokes aside, this is an unprecedented time. Working from home was once reserved for online entrepreneurs and people with super-high-powered jobs that essentially transcend the office. These days, anybody whose work involves a computer rather than physical labor can work from home. If there is one good thing about out current situation, it is that employers are learning that working from home is a viable option.
But, working from home does have its downsides. Namely, the inclination to stay in our PJs all day, which leads us to feeling like slobs, which then causes us to give up on productivity and saunter over to the couch to watch Netflix and eat chocolate pudding. I’m sure you have heard this before, but I’m going to remind you right now to get dressed! It will massively improve your mood and your productivity.
These are my six favorite types of work from home outfits. These basic outfit formulas can be adapted using many different pieces for different looks, so they’ll work all year! For today, all of the examples include current spring trends for 2020. You can feel up-to-date while encouraging employers to bring themselves up-to-date by moving more jobs online.
Ruffled Blouse + “Leather” Leggings + Slip-on Sneakers
Leggings are a favorite choice when working from home. Selecting a nicer pair, like this faux leather style gives a more polished look. Pair with matching sneakers and a dressier blouse to elevate your loungewear.
Graphic Sweatshirt + Graphic Tank + Paper Bag Jeans + Mocassin Slippers
You’re working at home, so you deserve to wear a sweatshirt. Choose a fun one that makes you feel good, (not the one you use for house painting,) and layer over a loose fitting tank. Pair with paper-bag waist jeans that are loose in the thighs but nip you in at the waist. Keep it casual and comfortable with shoe-like slippers.
Embellished Sweater + Tee + Straight Leg Jeans + Sneakers
Nothing helps me buckle down and work like a good pair of jeans. Straight-leg jeans are structured but not uncomfortably snug. Layer a long-sleeve tee under an embellished sweatshirt for a cozy and sparkly look without the itchiness. Pair with quilted slip-on sneakers.
Jumpsuit + Prairie Top or Tee + Loafers
Jumpsuits are amazing because they are basically an outfit by themselves. Wear the jumpsuit alone, or layer with a peasant top or tee for a casual vibe. Slim loafers pair perfectly with this outfit.
Maxi Dress + Footbed Sandals + Statement Pendant
Same with dresses, they are an outfit by themselves! Play up boho vibes with a floral maxi dress, a statement necklace and comfy-yet-practical footbed sandals.
Button-up Pajama Shirt + Matching PJ Shorts + Pointed Toe Flats
If you must wear PJs, this is how you do it! The matching set look is highly on trend right now, as are large florals. A button-up top adds some structure and detail, and a woven fabric (not knit) makes the outfit feel less floppy. If your outfit feels floppy, then you’ll feel floppy too. Pair with pointed toe flats for an extra dose of chic.Floppy outfits = floppy you. Choose loose-fitting, structured clothing for optimal comfort while still looking put together. Click To Tweet
That’s all for now!
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