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7 Work From Home Outfits You Can Actually Wear to Work
Soft knits, crisp cotton and elastic waistbands.
Date May 14, 2020
As we perfect our work from home outfits, we’re finding new wardrobe favourites we won’t want to give up when we eventually go back to the office. To avoid legging and tracksuit withdrawal, we’ve rounded up our favourite pieces that are comfortable enough for WFH but are also office-appropriate. If you’re planning any new purchases, try to think ahead and not succumb to an overall athleisure aesthetic by mixing in some of our work-worthy suggestions.
Click through for our favourite work from home outfits you can actually wear to the office:
Shirt dressing is the key to classic style. Try this striped tunic that has a bit of a pyjama vibe at home with your favourite elastic waist pants or with a wide leg trouser for an office look.
A slinky trench is an easy wrap dress at home and doubles as the perfect light layer over workwear.
Italian Merino Rib Polo
A ribbed polo is the sophisticated sister of athletic wear. Stretchy and soft enough to wear at home but this slick sporty style works well tucked into a skirt for work.
Long Wool-Silk Cardigan
A cardigan dress is cozy enough to wear curled up on the couch but belt it and add a block heel for a 9-5 look.
Crepe Jersey Wide Pants
A wide leg pant with an elastic waist is workwear’s answer to sweatpants. Try front tucking a blouse and adding a heel when office events move IRL.
The oversized shirt is a wardrobe staple. Worn over leggings around the house or strategically tucked into just about anything for work. Get the designer look by sizing up to add some dramatic volume.
A relaxed sweater is a piece you will live in at home but this slouchy style has a knot detail in the back that makes it a little more special for transitioning to the office. Wear it over a slim skirt or pants for a modern and comfortable look.