Written by The Strategy
Working from home is getting more and more common. And with it, comes the temptation to take Skype calls in your underwear and work from 9-5 clad in your Morgan Lane PJs from the comfort of your bed.
But we’re here to say that’s not going to be productive. Sorry. A working from home wardrobe is as important as taking your laptop to a desk for 8 hours and pausing for breaks every now and then.
A WFHW (we love our short forms) doesn’t need to consist of dress pants and fancy button-downs, like your regular work wardrobe would. Instead, it should consist of comfy pieces that can take you from a Skype call to a meeting to last minute errands, without looking like a total slob or requiring multiple wardrobe changes.