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I love dancing and nights out in London, but my favorite social experience is having a few pals over and watching a film and having a chat—that’s kind of my ideal. Even if you’ve mastered the art of turning on and off mute for group conference video calls or fine tuned your home office workstation for optimized productivity, surely there’s still plenty of room for improvement when it comes to mastering the art of working remotely. Personally, I had little experience working from home prior to the coronavirus pandemic and it has been a learning process and a daily experiment. More permanent work from home situations have forced many to adjust to a new way of working, including getting dressed for work when that doesn’t involve going to an office, or even, leaving the house. Many have been working remotely for four months, and returning to the office still seems far off for many who have been able to adequately and comfortably work from home. It’s time to look to the experts, in other words those who have always worked remotely, to ask advice. We’ve turned to four writers and editors to get some tips on how to successfully, stylishly, (and comfortably!) work from home for the long haul. Here, they’ve shared their thoughts and solutions: ones that always involve getting up and getting ready even if you have no plans to leave the house. Whether you’re planning to go back to the office this fall, the beginning of 2021, or perhaps never again, here’s 5 tips for working from home to consider for whatever your future of working from home might hold. It’s important to not lose sight of the act of “getting ready for work” says Louryn Strampe, a product writer and reviewer for Wired who has been successfully working from home for the last four years. Whether it’s slipping on a pair of flat WFH shoes (despite not having to commute) or applying a little bit of makeup each morning, getting dressed will help you “mentally switch over to work mode” according to Strampe. Vogue’s own beauty assistant, Akili King suggests a few strokes out Pat McGrath’s mascara or drops of Perricone MD’s No Makeup foundation serum to achieve this. Full-time freelance fashion writer and editor, Ray Lowe, used to scoff at the idea of making an effort to get dressed to work from home. But now, Lowe says that, “a year and a half into my freelance career and I can admit I was sorely wrong”.
Even if you have no plans to leave the house that day, getting ready each morning will never leave you in a scramble for last-minute video calls or Zoom meetings. Stampe jokes, it’s better to be a “working human” rather than a “couch potato with a laptop”. Vogue’s contributing editor Chloe Malle adds, “showering is also a good idea!” Despite the major trend of pajamas and loungewear in the beginning of the pandemic, this group of seasoned work-from-homers unanimously advised to stay away from pajamas or sweatpants. Adrienne So, Senior Writer and Reviewer at Wired has avoided them for her decade-long career working from home, as tempting and cozy as they may be. Malle agrees, and changes out of her pajamas and “always puts a bra on,” which makes her feel dressed each day. So also recommends avoiding working from an overly comfy surface like your bed or your couch. She notes, being “a little uncomfortable” will remind you that you’re still technically at work. She favors wearing a pair of high waist jeans all day (really!). Since working from home likely means working from whichever surface you might have readily available rather than a properly-equipped desk and an ergonomic chair, Lowe recommends finding comfort where you can. In her mind, finding a “healthy balance between comfort and style” is key, as is opting for pieces like linen or silk pants, cotton button ups, fitted cardigans, and modern day house dresses (a favorite among Vogue staffers) to keep comfortable. The items “must be soft enough to withstand mid afternoon poor postures” and pass what Lowe calls the “stretchy enough” test. You might not be around people everyday, but a foundation of high-quality essentials you can always rely on and rewear often is key. According to So, having a uniform “lends structure to the day” especially for those of us who are used to an office or corporate environment. A go-to uniform of solid leggings, a great white t-shirt, and a comfortable-yet-polished cardigan works well for Strampe, while Malle prefers tailored pants, a blazer, suede loafers and personal jewelry. Plus, wearing something that you won’t get sick of will prevent you from being “tempted to binge-watch in yesterday’s sweatpants or pajamas,” Strampe says. Last but not least, colored or striped tops are sure to make a statement when it comes to video calls, and they’ll certainly make getting dressed at home a little bit more fun even if your calendar is meeting-free.
It’s hard to think of a show in recent memory that has sparked more rabid conversation (and tributes to its actors’ sartorial choices) than Normal People. The Hulu adaptation of Sally Rooney’s best-selling novel made instant stars of its protagonists, Paul Mescal and Daisy Edgar-Jones, but they never really got to experience their newfound fame in the traditional way: The series’ first season was released in late April, once the international response to COVID-19 was already well underway. Things are starting to lighten up a little bit here, and I’ve been able to see my family a bit more, which is lovely. Hanging out with my friends, even in a way that’s socially distanced, is so nice. I’ve been very busy working, which I’m very grateful for at the moment, because I need structure. It’s very odd! It’s been a strange time for everyone, obviously, due to the pandemic, and that whole experience is turning everything a bit topsy-turvy. It’s hard to differentiate between the strangeness for me specifically and the strangeness for everyone. I don’t know exactly what will happen after everything (hopefully) goes back to normal. We went to the PGA Awards, but we weren’t able to do anything around promotion of the show, and I am really excited to experience some of that. I’ve been very lucky when I’ve gone out and had interactions with people, but my main experience with people watching the show has really only been through my phone and social media. It’s been so nice to have more real interactions lately or hear that people liked it or connected to the character of Marianne. One lady came up to me and said, “I just have to say that I’m reading Normal People in my book group today, and my friends aren’t going to believe that I saw you.” My best friend Becca was on the floor laughing! Yes! We filmed a comedy sketch a few weeks ago, which was nice. I’ve seen so much of Paul Mescal, but it’s been via Zoom, and we’re desperate to celebrate together after going through the whole filming process as a team. It’s odd not to be able to experience this part of the process together, but we can’t wait to hang out with all our friends from the show. Well, on Saturday the pubs were open, and I’m really looking forward to having an actual poured pint. I didn’t think that would ever be something I was looking forward to! I just can’t wait to have my friends over without having to socially distance, although we’ll start slow, with one person coming over at a time.
Product detail for this product:
Suitable for Women/Men/Girl/Boy, Fashion 3D digital print drawstring hoodies, long sleeve with big pocket front. It’s a good gift for birthday/Christmas and so on, The real color of the item may be slightly different from the pictures shown on website caused by many factors such as brightness of your monitor and light brightness, The print on the item might be slightly different from pictures for different batch productions, There may be 1-2 cm deviation in different sizes, locations, and stretch of fabrics. Size chart is for reference only, there may be a little difference with what you get.
- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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