12 WFH tops that aren’t pajamas (but feel like they are)

As quarantine continues, we’ve well and truly settled into our WFH routine. In fact, we might just have settled in a little too well… We’ve got our office space sorted, but as the weeks of social isolation continue, our “work” wardrobe is starting to merge with our bedtime wardrobe. 

It goes without saying that comfort dressing is a must at the moment: we’re all feeling the impact of social isolation, so choosing outfits that make us feel relaxed is important. But while sweats are the ultimate in comfort, they don’t exactly inspire a professional attitude.

While we’re not suggesting you swan around your living room in tulle skirts (although how fun does that sound?), it might be time to change out of pajamas and into something slightly more styled. Instead of the trusted pullovers we’ve been living in, we’ve tweaked our aesthetic to resemble something like our pre-iso wardrobe – albeit with a casual twist. We’re relying on croissant-toned classics, button-down shirts and super-comfy knits to get us through these long, lonely days.

Below, we’ve rounded up 12 tops that will look great on zoom, (and in your mirror selfie) but are also comfortable and wearable all day. 

Forcast Hadlee Mock Neck Knit, $59.99, at The Iconic

Butterfly Effect Knit, $69, at Charcoal Clothing

Atmos & Here Leila Knit, $59.99, at The Iconic

Lorna Luxe Knit, $72, at In the Style

Sara Knit, $179, at Auguste

Harvest Jumper, $300, at Zulu & Zephyr

Dazie Waisted Cardigan, $69.99, at The Iconic

Oversized Poplin Shirt, $45.95, at Zara

Vivia Knit, $49.99, at Runway Scout

Psychedelia Turtleneck, $255, at Aje

Sweatshirt, $48.97, at Mango

V-Neck Knit, $60, at LMND

 
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