Discover the ideal pieces to wear as you work – plus, our top tips for staying productive and taking care of yourself.
The ultimate mix of cosy and put-together, these jersey trousers will get you into office mode, while keeping you comfortable in your new routine. Pair them with a shirt for a smart touch – perfect for video calls.
Create a dedicated workspace to get you in the right state of mind. Make sure you take regular breaks and completely sign off at the end of each work day.
A super-soft jumper
Luxurious cashmere in a lovely Spring-sky blue will keep you warm and lift your mood at the same time. This statement piece is easy to wear, with rib detailing on the hem and wide sleeves, and on-trend dropped shoulders.
Let in as much natural light as possible and open windows to circulate fresh air. A soothing candle will also help to fill your space with gentle fragrance and keep rooms from feeling stale.
You can’t go wrong with a great pair of jeans. Our much-loved Brompton shape is just the right amount of relaxed for a day working at home, and pairs perfectly with everything from a classic T-shirt to your favourite cardigan.
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Make sure you stay hydrated. Keep a carafe of water at your desk, or table. Stretching every time you need to fill it up again will help you stay active, too.
A boyfriend shirt
The woven stripes on this versatile top will add a delicate detail to any home-office look. It works equally well with jeans as with smart joggers, and is a wonderful option for days when you’re struggling to stay motivated.
If you’re used to an office environment, complete silence can make it difficult to focus. Find a favourite podcast, or playlist, to have on in the background, or turn on the radio.
A longline cardigan
Add an easy layer to your outfits and cosy up in this chunky blue marl cardigan, featuring a gorgeous shawl collar and casual silhouette. Team with leggings or a jersey dress for true at-home comfort.
Spring weather can be temperamental, so set your workspace up to stay at your ideal temperature. Wear lightweight fabrics on warmer days, or keep a cosy throw nearby and use a hot-water bottle if you get cold.