3 Key Working From Home Pieces

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3 Key Working From Home Pieces

Gone are the days you had to choose ahead your clothes, put makeup on hurriedly in the wee hours of the morning, only to change your mind last minute about your outfit. Yet for those who aren’t used to freelancing, switching to remote work surely requires some getting used to.

No commute means more sleep, more time for breakfast and a long morning shower. But the comfort of home comes with all the distracting temptations like the walks to the fridge, the end- less sweet affection of a pet or the urge of doing house chores.

While tidying up your home might put you in a more productive state, choice of clothing is seen to be another factor that definitely increases performance. Whether you work at an office or not, dressing for the day is seen as one of the best productivity boosters. Dress for success is real indeed.

Working in your pyjamas is so passé. Here are 3 wardrobe essentials that will put you in the mood for work.

Silk Turtleneck Body with Embroidered Logo
This knit body will be your new staple through autumn to winter

Silk Turtleneck Body with Embroidered Logo This knit body will be your new staple through autumn to winter

Cotton Shirt with Embroidered Logo
Pair this essential cotton shirt with a cardigan or a sweater to look smart on your Zoom meeting.

Cotton Shirt with Embroidered Logo Pair this essential cotton shirt with a cardigan or a sweater to look smart on your Zoom meeting.

Wide Leg Cotton Pants with Pockets
Perfect if you want to elevate your whole look for the day.

Wide Leg Cotton Pants with Pockets Perfect if you want to elevate your whole look for the day.


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