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If the last few weeks have revealed anything about our work from home habits, it’s that snacking is inevitable and jeans are out of the question. While rolling out of bed and onto our computer may be the new norm, we do still have Zoom calls to attend, so we’ve turned our attention to WFH getups that are work appropriate *and* cozy.
Here, we’ve polled the teams of MyDomaine and The Spruce on their favorite work from home clothes. A little athleisure and just pulled together enough, these are the options we’ve been wearing nonstop.
"I finally caved in quarantine and made my first Lululemon purchase. For years I told myself that the Gap Body alternatives were just as good. But this fabric! Sheesh. It is truly a second skin. And the super high-rise cut is so perfect if you don't like a waist band anywhere on your stomach. I actually kind of hate pants because I have a real aversion to waistbands. These leggings are perfect for pant-haters."—Mélanie Berliet, general manager
"Yeah, underwire bras are just...not happening right now. Thankfully, I can rely on my trusty Lively bras to get me through the day without poking me in the ribcage while I work from my couch. It's hard to pick just one style from the brand's wide range of bras and bralettes, but their All-Day Deep V No-Wire bras provide all of the support and coverage of a traditional underwire bra with the comfort and flexibility of a bralette. It's the best of both worlds!"—Kate Geraghty, commerce editor
"While my WFH bottoms have consisted of nothing more than leggings and joggers lately, I’ve still been reaching for my favorite sweaters. In regular rotation is this Zoom-appropriate mock neck from H&M. Since I work by an open window (it’s the only way I’m getting any sun these days), it’s just the right weight to keep me comfortable."—Chelsea Stuart, senior commerce editor
"I've found that waking up and putting on a workout outfit right in the morning is the only way I can get myself to do a workout later in the evening, so workout clothes have been my go-to. These are so buttery and soft, I never want to take them off."—Kim Carvalho, associate social media editor
"Now that I'm not wearing shoes as much, I've finally splurged on these slipper/shoes I've had my eyes on for a few months. What I love about these is that the back can fold down for easy slip-ons. Getting my shoes on with two small boys is a small feat, so these shoes get me out the door quickly (and comfortably!)."—Dwyer Frame, senior editorial director, commerce
"I have been living in this Nike cropped sweatshirt for the past few weeks—the color and old-school logo just make me smile every time I wear it. It's made of a soft terry fabric that's so comfortable, I don't even mind changing out of my pajamas to put it on."—Karli Bendlin, email editor
"I've always had a hard time focusing when clothes are itchy, and this is even more true as I work from home. I've found myself reaching for (and purchasing!) Lou & Grey clothing, because of their focus on balancing comfort and fashion. They have everything from sweats to work clothes, and I love how their website offers a "Feel Guide" for each piece, so I know exactly what kind of texture I'm purchasing. These Super Plush Sweatpants are true to their name—and my favorite thing I own right now."—Kathryn Vandervalk, senior content and growth analyst
"On days when I want to feel a bit more put together, this oversized button-up is the perfect shirt to throw on over leggings. The cotton material is soft and loose, unlike some traditional button-up shirts that I've purchased in the past. And you can never have too many white shirts, right?"—Katherine Louie, commerce editor
"I haven't put jeans on in a month, and it's because of these Athleta leggings. With cool moto details and a soft but snug fit that never feels too tight or uncomfortable, these are my pants of choice for the foreseeable future. Plus, they're great for fitting in a quick lunchtime yoga session in the middle of my workday."—Caroline Utz, associate editor