3 must-have fashion items if you're working remotely
August 26,2020 at 8:51PM UTC (Edited)
When your bedroom (or living room, or kitchen) also doubles as your office, it's easy to roll out of bed and start working in your pajamas. Yet to maintain some sense of normalcy and professionalism, it's necessary to still look prepared for work — even if you're just meeting over video call.
While we want to be professional, dressing for work in the work-from-home era means we can also prioritize comfort. Here are 3 must-have items to have on hand while working on home.
1. Professional tops.
Your video only captures your shirt, so make sure you have this item on hand to look as prepared as possible. This means no wrinkles!
2. Comfortable, modest bottoms.
Because your video screen only captures your top, feel free to dress down on the bottom. Yet as we've learned from some unfortunate interviews (https://decider.com/2020/04/28/gma-reporter-pantsless-interview/#:~:text=This%20morning%2C%20ABC%20reporter%20Will,how%20short%20those%20shorts%20were), you never know when the camera will shift — so make sure you're still wearing something comfortable and modest!
3. An accessory you love.
Just because you're working remotely doesn't mean you can't have style! Whether it's a necklace, a pair of earrings, or a headband you love, show off your style during your virtual meetings.
What other fashion items do you have on hand while working from home? What's your go-to outfit?
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