Are you wearing what at home? 11 Cup of Jo readers share their real-life looks…


Work at home clothing

The other day I asked on Instagram what people are wearing at home these days. You dress up? Living in sweat? Go meat? Here, 11 cups of Joe readers to share their favorite bands…

Above:”I WFH a unified formula has been very simple: a shirt with a light or jacket sweater and Slippers and I Athleta’plane pants’ they look like pants but feel like pajamas. I have had clients phone calls and meetings throughout this period of time, so it is important, I still look very professional, while at home.” —Lindsay, Denver

Work at home clothing

“In an isolated area, we all need a pick me—especially my four-year-old daughter, who misses her friends—so I took my seven-year-old wedding dress. She ran, grabbed a’tutu dress.’ My husband and infant son are in another room, so we made our own giant wedding day, turn and bow into the room! It made another night at home fun and very interesting. Trying to increase the enjoyment where I can.” —Rachel Pittsburgh

Work at home clothing

“Today is my mom’s birthday, so I put my car into a parade car-by the celebration of my baby. I’ve been wearing this outfit in the past three weeks. We live in Texas where the weather is warm in the spring, so this is a great sunshine-y day, but it has enough of a twist to my style, I feel like my own.” —Chris Christie, Dallas

Work at home clothing

“I teach and I read the story to my students every morning. I do my makeup and hair, put on a nice top and earrings, but stay in my pajamas from the waist down. (The top dress, bottom Hannah Anderson!).” —Claude Monique, Brooklyn

Work at home clothing

“I’ve been wearing a large towel every day. They keep me warm if there is a draft, can be used as a blanket for NAPs! This is from Zara(they do a soft scarf).” —Destinee, Baltimore

Work at home clothing

“I often see at my table wearing my 12 years old daughter, Vera. I wore target leggings and the target soft T-shirt or sweatshirt. I like to shower in the morning before jumping on a conference call, these days my ear trend in your own Everyday Oil—This is the first time I learned about in a beauty uniform and found it to be in our little mountain town!” —Sarah, Montenegro, NC

Work at home clothing

“I’m a cellist, which means that teaching courses online right now. I’m currently rotating my tight black pants, tight black pants and tight black pants.” —Sarah, Toronto

Work at home clothing

“I would’ve been wearing sweatpants and a T-shirt, but these last few gloomy days have me in a recession. I think what I can do to lift my spirit. Then it came to me: I put on a skirt and some lipstick, to help me get pumped up for the grind!” —Ingrid Westchester County,NY

Work at home clothing

“The comfort of the belt balloon sleeves, jeans, long hair tucked into the head band. (Not in the photo: comfortable socks.)” —Teresa, Marin County, California

Work at home clothing

“The sewing community around the world thanks to, as a hobby, keep our fingers busy while staying at home. Here’s a top I made this week, wearing skinny jeans. Is basically the perfect outfit for looking for a snack my kids 658 times a day to play all the LEGO. (Check out some of the tags like#isewlation and#sewcialdistancing why people.)” —Rebecca, Brisbane, Australia

Work at home clothing

Work at home clothing

This reader—Julie from Denver—make me laugh always with her manual and flew. “Instead of downloading the app, I just want to repeat what I’m doing,”she said. “My staples are a Patagonia jacket, figure and marine layer pants. My rule is that I have to get dressed every morning in something other, in my pajamas.”

Are you wearing what? We’d love to hear…

P. S. readers to share their work clothes and date night looks.



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