Ashley Graham got used to not wearing trousers during Covid-19 pandemic

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Ashley Graham got so used to not wearing trousers during Covid-19 pandemic that she very rarely wears them anymore.

The 33-year-old model feels more comfortable since she adopted the laidback style, and has forgone wearing trousers – or even a bra – while she's been working from home during the global health crisis.

“What the people on the other end of my Zooms couldn’t see is that I was almost always not wearing anything on the bottom," she told Oprah Daily. “You’d be lucky if I put a bra on; I got used to not wearing one, especially knowing I’d be popping a boob out at any given moment to feed Isaac.”

Ashley and husband Justin Ervin welcomed their first child, son Isaac, back in January, and despite getting back to work in recent weeks, the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model stayed true to her no-pants style during a recent photoshoot.

“Even for a cover story for WSJ. Magazine, I wore a chunky, gorgeous sweater from Khaite over a bra, with nothing on the bottom. I felt very stylish. But would I have worn that look for a photoshoot before the pandemic? Probably not," she laughed.

However, Ashley is slowly getting back to her pre-baby style, and confessed she's been wearing jeans.

“Of course, I still have baby weight — let’s be real! But it got to a point where I told myself, ‘Okay girl, you cannot wear sweatpants all the time. It has to only be sometimes,'" Ashley quipped.