We're now six months into our new, and undeniably surreal, routines, and for team Who What Wear that has meant adjusting to a new at-home work set-up, swapping heeled boots and tailoring for elasticated waistbands and cosy jumpers. While the novelty of wearing gym kit all day lasted a good month (or two), we quickly realised that having a work 'outfit' of sorts was essential to creating a rhythm to our days and establishing a healthy work-life balance.
They might not look like our usual office ensembles, but these WFH pairings still possess a certain 'pulled-together' finish that make us feel a little more ready for the day ahead. This will manifest in different ways for different people, but for us this meant putting a little effort into what we put on in the morning, such as embracing interesting knitwear, throwing on fun, fluffy Birkenstocks or opting for a colourful printed dress.
These are all outfits that we can happily wear at home then layer-up for a quick trip to the shops or a meal out later in the day. So if you're feeling like your WFH wardrobe needs a bit of a boost, then feel free to use our outfits as inspiration for the months ahead. Scroll down to see what we wore.
Elinor Block, Assistant Editor
& Other Stories Wool Blend Tortoise Button Cardigan (£65)
Birkenstock Arizona Suede Leather (£115)
H&M Leather Trousers (£200)
Joy Montgomery, Shopping Editor
Whistles Authentic Barrel Leg Jean (£76)
The Reformation Ricky Boiler Jumpsuit (£190)
Dune London Lockstockk Double Strap Flat Sandals in Black (£110)
Emma Spedding, Editor
Cos Cotton Chunky Knit Vest (£79)
Stine Goya + Net Sustain India Printed Voile Dress (£280)
M&S Collection Leather Square Toe Pumps (£35)
Zoe Anastasiou, Fashion Editor
H&M Puff-Sleeved Smocked Blouse (£18)
Vero Moda Denim Mom Shorts in Light Blue (£18)
& Other Stories Gingham Midi Skirt (£36)
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