Saturday, June 19, 2021

Minimalism doesn’t have to be boring

The current situation has impacted office workers the most. Because of the need to function from home, there have been noticeable changes in the interpretation of business casuals and formal wear. Working from home scenes don’t necessarily have to happen in your pyjamas and t-shirts; you can have a fuss-free dressing experience even if it means spending all day in your outfit at home. Give your ‘work from home’ wardrobe a dose of panache with minimalistic fashion options we’ve curated for you.


Whether it is working from your sofa or bed, that doesn’t have to be an issue, thanks to the super versatile and comfortable chinos. Durable and snug, not only do they fit well and look good, they also make for the perfect replacement for your favourite denims. This is the ultimate ‘work from home’ staple that doesn’t look over the top yet doesn’t look informal.

Plain shirts

Something that your wardrobe has in abundance, but is terribly undermined; a plain shirt can become the veritable definition of polished and smart work casuals. Simple and effective, a good quality plain shirt or t-shirt is another versatile home office staple you must absolutely sport during a video conference.


Not in the mood to dress up but still wanting to look presentable is a dilemma we all go through right before it is login time. Such instances call for the ultra-stylish and handy joggers. Tailor-made for times such as these, they look like a formal suit trouser with tapered legs and feel like pyjamas thanks to its elastic waist. Talk about comfort and style as a package.

Over shirts

The refined word for jackets over shirts a.k.a ‘Shackets’, over shirts are the perfect dress up options for those important zoom call meetings. Remote working can now look dapper, all you have to do is toss a blazer or jacket over a plain t-shirt or printed shirt to finish your look. A chunky watch can be a great add-on.


If you live in cold regions or simply want to look stylish, cardigans are the best option. They’re soft, warm and look absolutely gentlemanly. Go for knit t-shirts with V-necks and muted tones like greys, browns, whites and blacks. Paid a solid t-shirt with a cashmere buttoned coat to give your remote working style a layered look.

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