What We’re Wearing

Working From Home

Men's wfh outfit inspiration

What We’re Wearing

Working
From Home

Dressing for 2022 or 2020 too?

It seems like yesterday when people started working from home and thought it would only be temporary. Fast forward two years later, and it's the norm for the majority of corporate America. The days of business casual dressing for the office are gone, and people are taking a more relaxed approach to dressing for the “virtual” office space instead.

Much like how your personal style evolves, we're positive that your WFH get up has changed a bit over the past two years. I personally enjoy worn-in denim to wear at home, but there are days where some upgraded, yet baggy sweatpants do the job, so I can go from Zoom calls to rolling around on the floor with my toddler.

Although working from home allows for more flexibility in dressing, that's no excuse to not look put together. A nice cotton zip jacket looks great with sweats, but is much more stylish than a standard hoodie. Our unofficial WFH shoe is the Boston clog—cozy with or without socks. Lastly, incense and a water bottle are a must for your mental and physical health. Light these sandalwood sticks to help you get in a meditative mood before your hectic day begins and upgrade your hydration with a sleek bottle that will make you want to drink more.

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Your WFH Kit

Men's WFH outfit inspiration
Jungmaven Jung Pocket Tee

Jung pocket tee,
$52 by Jungmaven

Taylor Stitch Apres Pant

Après pant,
$118 by Taylor Stitch

Lady White Co. Shell Jacket

Shell jacket,
$185 by Lady White Co.

Thunders Love Ribbed-Cotton Blend Sock

Ribbed-cotton blend sock,
$33 by Thunders Love

W&P Porter Water Bottle

Porter water bottle,
$25 by W&P

Birkenstock Boston Clog

Boston clog,
$145 by Birkenstock

Shinola Large Hard Linen Journal

Large hard linen journal,
$26 by Shinola

Hasami Porcelain Incense Sticks

Incense sticks,
$16 by Hasami Porcelain

Your WFH Kit

Men's WFH outfit inspiration

Jung pocket tee,
$52 by Jungmaven

 

Après pant,
$118 by Taylor Stitch

 
 

Shell jacket,
$185 by Lady White Co.

 

Ribbed-cotton
blend sock,
$33 by Thunders Love

Porter
water bottle,
$25 by W&P

 

Boston clog,
$145 by Birkenstock

 

Large hard
linen journal,
$26 by Shinola

 

Incense sticks,
$16 by Hasami Porcelain

 

FYI

Global Workplace Analytics estimates that 22% of the workforce (36.2 million Americans) will work remotely by 2025.

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