Corona quarantine, make it fashion!

If you’re starting to work from home, you’re probably looking forward to staying in your pj's until noon. One of the biggest selling points of working from home is that you can wear what you want. But going through an entire day in loungewear, it is easy to lose yourself and your sense of purpose and focus. To keep a sense of routine, and to not feel like a sloth, we advise to get dressed and do it around the same time every day. Say yes to keeping that sense of work versus relaxation and feel ready to face the world!

La Redoute Collections, Mayerline

Also when you're not at work, it is important to get dressed. It will help to preserve some sense of normalcy and positively affects mental health. As we isolate ourselves at home, our clothes can be our pep talk. Avoid tight uncomfortable clothing, delicate fabrics and unnecessary frills. Choose for comfortable pieces such as a jumpsuit, loose trousers, maxidresses. Take care of your skin with natural and soft fabrics, and add some carefully chosen jewelry to sparkle up your mood.

We're right there with you, which is why we rounded up chic work-from-home looks that are civilized enough for a quick run to the corner store, but comfy enough for some serious couch poatoing.

Améline by Mayerline (2x), Betty Barclay (2x)

Betty Barclay, O'Neill, Elisabetta Franci, BRAX

Marciano Guess (2x), O'Neill, Miracles

BRAX, Chantelle SoftStretch, Mayerline (2x)

Caroline Biss

Betty Barclay, SUN68, GUESS, O'Neill

Elisabetta Franchi, GUESS, Miracles, BRAX

Lee Cooper, LolaLiza (2x), Diamanti per Tutti x Marie Martens

L'Histoire de Louise by e5, BRAX, L'Histoire de Louise by e5, Marciano GUESS

O'Neill, Elisabetta Franchi, Marciano GUESS, SUN68

Lore Van Keer

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