In a WFH Style Rut? We've Got 4 New Outfit Ideas Here

It feels like we've been in quarantine for approximately 1,502,385 days–which means we've been working from home for a very long time. 

As we get ready for our Zoom calls and virtual meetings, our OOTD the day inspiration might *occasionally* run at an all-time low. That's why we turned to Tara and Nikki for help. We asked each of them to style two favorite looks from their WFH wardrobe, highlighting their go-to outfits for everyday wear, particularly as we transition between seasons. Read on for their WFH styling playbooks. 

Outfit 1: Tara's WFH Style

As you can see, I can’t claim a styling technique with this look as it is one piece! That being said, I highly recommend jumpsuits as we head into fall and are still seeking comfortable yet fashionable work from home outfits. This is a more casual option given it’s a sweat-jumpsuit, although the trendiness of the print and style makes me feel dressed up. I’ve adjusted to our ‘new normal’ mornings and somehow don’t feel like I have more minutes than I did pre-pandemic, so jumpsuits take the time-consuming deliberation out of getting dressed. 

Outfit 2: Tara's WFH Style

This is my fancier work from home look, if you will! A little bit of ‘business on top, party on bottom’ kind of feel. I’ve paired a classic white button-down under an oversized blazer but in an effort not to get too serious, I’m wearing bike shorts on the bottom. When it gets colder, I will swap the shorts for leggings although I don’t plan on going outside much so the shorts will last me a while! Not that anyone sees my feet, but styling this look back to a kitten heel makes me feel empowered regardless of where I’m working. Lastly, my accessories–a headband, chain necklace, and gold hoops–help polish off the ensemble. 

Outfit 3: Nikki's WFH Style

I’m all for having pieces in my closet that I can wear on a morning walk with Rooney and then throughout the day to work and to run errands without looking like I just rolled out of bed. Transitional sweatshirts are perfect for just that and this Something Navy one not only has the comfy factor, but the details (ruffles, crop) make it that much more desirable for this kind of look. Pair this with the matching sweatpants in the AM and then back to a comfy pair of jeans and cute sneakers for a look to do just about anything.

Outfit 4: Nikki's WFH Style

I think we can all agree that nothing beats a matching set! I love this one from Free People because I can dress it up or down and wear it from summer to fall (all while styling separately or together). This particular set comes in a few different colors, and I definitely think I just convinced myself to buy another one.

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