I am so into maxi dresses for my work-from-home days. You look presentable, but if you find the right one, it’s like lounging around in a giant nightgown all day.
This jersey dress looks like it would fit in nicely on both ends of the business casual spectrum. Add a black blazer if you want a little more polish, but it also looks great on its own.
Whenever I see a power dress that makes my heart skip a beat like this one, I automatically assume that it comes from this brand.
A navy blazer is a great wardrobe staple piece. This navy blazer is for when you’ve got all your staples covered and want to add something a little more fun.
Most days I try to find clothing items that are fun or interesting in some way. This is not one of those days — this is just a straight-up PSA about how much I love these sweaters.
This scalloped crepe blouse looks like an elevated version of a comfy t-shirt that could serve a variety of purposes this summer.
I love the three-quarter-length sleeves on this dress — they’re substantial enough to keep you warm in an overly-air-conditioned office but won’t be too annoying to wear under a blazer if you need it.
A commenter mentioned the other day that wrap tops were her go-to for Zoom dates, and this one looks like it would be perfect.
I’m not typically a jumpsuit person, but I ordered this one on a whim a few weeks ago, and it has quickly become a staple of my WFH wardrobe.
This skirt is tweed but still manages to look summery.
I love the look of this burnout white shell. It’s a little edgier than your basic white blouse, but not pushing it too far.
This bright yellow sweater is a perfect work-from-home piece that can be easily transitioned to business casual when you’re ready.