You may feel stuck in a time loop, as the Pandemic continues and working from home is the new norm. But what do you wear? Suits and office wear will not work.
Find a comfortable spot, cozy up with your laptop, put down your work and take a look at a few of these ideas for your winter working from home wardrobe:
Winter is fast approaching; the cold days are drawing in making way for frosty mornings. So, while sitting and thinking about work and planning your day, your thoughts may drift to Christmas and dreams of accessories like Waxed Canvas Duffle Bags to match your new winter wardrobe or your stay at home style.
A walk in nature is always an excellent way to keep yourself happy and uplifted. You may think about investing in a warm shawl or a blanket scarf, to keep you warm on your winter walk or wrap it around you to stay toasty and warm indoors.
While working from home, think about comfort and wearing clothes that make you feel good, helping to keep you in the right mind-set and motivated. A pair of lounge trousers or jogging pants in a style that can be dressed up, in case of the odd random zoom meeting. They will also be a great addition to your wardrobe.
A soft, oversized jumper that you can snuggle up in, while sitting in your favorite place working will keep you warm and focused this winter. You need to choose a style and colour that works for you, although bright shades, tiger prints and blue with natural tones are this winter season’s colors.
Keeping those toes warm indoors or outdoors is an absolute must, on those chilly nights or early morning starts. Take a look at some of these lovely chunky socks? You could go with long or short socks, in many different patterns and colors.
A comfortable pair of slouch boots or slipper socks may be the right choice or a pair of trainers or indoor shoes. Just in case you need to take a trip outdoors or fancy a walk around the garden for a quick burst of exercise.
One of this winter’s wardrobe additions is long tee’s or long-sleeved tops. You can layer them up with cozy jumpers or dress them down, with a scarf. Keep yourself warm, especially when sitting working for long periods. Wearing layers is a great choice and helps to maintain body heat, that is important ensuring you stay fit and well.
Remember to take little breaks, working from home can be challenging if you’re not used to it, and you may soon start to lose motivation and momentum. So, to keep energy levels up, take a walk in nature. Make sure to keep warm with a waterproof winter jacket, gloves, a hat and some boots that will give you warmth and keep out the cold.
What other winter wardrobe do you think you would need to work from home? Let me know in the comments below!