If you’ve spent the last 437 (438?) days in some iteration of loungewear, putting on real clothes again can be both a delight and a challenge. How does one layer in late spring and early summer? What is workwear, anyway? There are no right or wrong answers. The pandemic reminded us that fashion, above all, should be functional—beyond that, it’s whatever makes you feel your best.
Before logging on, treat yourself to a latte in an off-white one-and-done layered over a long-sleeve shirt. Balance the workwear vibe with classic shades and a clavicle-skimming necklace.
Pilates, p.volve, indulging your pup with an extra-long walk—no matter your workout of choice, a buttery set that moves with your body makes it even more gratifying. Bonus points for bringing matching lavender face wipes.
Our most-loved staples are easy and unrestricting and can skew day or night depending on how they’re styled—say, with a knit tank (for sending emails) or a sleek bustier (for midweek drinks). Finish the look with an Art Deco–inspired pendant that does both.
For lunch with your favorite coworkers, break out the skirt that’s been buried in the back of your closet since the in-office days. With a feminine tank and square-toe slides, it’s the chicest way to reacquaint yourself with any underappreciated pieces.
Since date night is no longer confined to the kitchen table, may we suggest a mood-lifting midi dress to mark the occasion? This G. Label one is pretty and polished and pairs perfectly with a little black bag.
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