As the world implores with a novel coronavirus, literally everyone is working from home (except the heroes that are health workers, sanitation workers, and alimentary workers – to you, we say thank you for your service).
If your job isn’t deemed essential, you’re probably settling into a new routine working from the comfort of your own bed—or desk, if you’re still about that life. With that comes a new way of life, one that doesn’t require getting dressed every day (except when you have routine Zoom, FaceTime or Houseparty calls).
For those of you who have been working from home for some time, you know that despite the temptation to spend a week in your favourite sweatpants, getting “dressed” is imperative to maintaining a healthy working routine.
That doesn’t mean you literally have to put on office attire—just something that you like, and you’re comfortable in. If you need a little extra motivation, a new IG page is here to give you a little push.
@wfhfits was founded just last week, and has already amassed 16,800 followers—and for good reason. The Instagram page, which was founded by fashion editors Sara McAlpine, Steff Yotka and Rachel Sevile Tashjian, has been documenting coronavirus-induced work from home outfits.
From massive tie-dye hoodies, silky PJs, to criminally vibrant purple Uggs, everyone is sharing their wildest work from home fits—even Ana Wintour joined in.
All you have to do to join the fun is submit your own outfit via DM.