The world is a weird place right now. There are no two ways about it. Many of us are spending more time at home than ever before and the future feels very uncertain. Though, as a writer in The Atlantic so eloquently put it, "The most isolating thing most of us has ever done is, ironically, almost surely the most collective experience we've ever had in our lifetimes."
Essentially, to steal a line from High School Musical, we're all in this together, and if staying home is what it's going to take during sort-of Lockdown 2.0, at least, we can remain connected digitally through the wonder that is social media.
You've asked us to create more content around at-home outfits, and when it comes to staying indoors, many of our favourites adhere to the mindset that just because you're home doesn't mean the style has to stop. With new posts each day, influencers, editors and celebrities are showing us exactly what working from home and social distancing looks like for them, and let me tell you, it's a lot more than just tattered old hoodies and jogging bottoms. Monikh is styling slip skirts with button-down shirts, Zeena is wearing a check blazer with matching trousers and Léna Farl is opting for leopard print and puff sleeves.
Whether you're working from the home office, desk, dining table or bedroom floor, these outfits prove you can stay put-together no matter where your workspace may be.
& Other Stories Oversized Linen Blend Shirt ($85)
& Other Stories Wide High Waist Trousers (£95)
H&M Puff-Sleeved Wrapover Top (£25)
Ganni Paperbag-Waist Leopard-Jacquard Twill Trousers (£205)
Isabel Marant Étoile Lamylic Ribbed Cotton-Jersey Henley Top (£140)
Jil Sander Ribbed-Cuff Cashmere-Blend Track Pants (£1470)
Terry Oversized Cotton-Terry Shirt (£190)
& Other Stories Favourite Cut Cropped (£65)
Emma Willis Jermyn Street Linen Shirt (£350)
Monki A-Line Skirt (£15)
& Other Stories Tailored Gingham Blazer (£101)
& Other Stories Gingham Mini Skirt (£38)
Skin Marlowe Waffle-Knit Wool-Blend Track Pants (£225)
Hush Amie Joggers (£50)
Next up, the biggest autumn/winter 2020 fashion trends to know.
This piece was published at an earlier date and has been updated.
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