Luxe Loungewear - WFH Fashion


Going from working in a busy office to now only seeing the four walls of your make-do home workspace can be a challenging transformation. The umbrella term ‘smart-casual’ is no longer a feasible reference for how we ought to be dressing when we are working from home.

Moving into the second week of self-isolation means that we are already fed-up of working in our pyjamas. A once craved luxury has become something of a nightmare when we wake up and wonder what we shall wear for the day.

Leggings and your comfiest hoodie might sound like a good idea, but trust us, we’re got some stylish alternatives up our sleeve.

To achieve peak productivity, when we are no longer allowed in our usual working environment, we need to look and feel like we are at work. We recommend the perfect blend between pyjama-like comfort but office attire appropriate. 

We have rounded up some of our favourite styles for you to mimic during this very uncertain time. If you look good, you feel good and good things will come… 


The White Company


Cotton-Cashmere Stripe Tie Hoodie, £98

Cotton-Cashmere Side-Stripe Knitted Joggers, £89


Jules B


Rag and Bone Rosa Mid-Rise Boyfriend Jeans, £289.99

Absolut Cashmere Kate Oversized Cashmere Jumper, £174.99


Harvey Nichols


Serene Bute Navy Striped Velvet Sweatpants, £370

Sies Marjan Kiki Yellow Satin Shirt, £770


John Lewis & Partners


Modern Rarity Soft Flare Coatigan (Natural), £77

Mint Velvet Stripe Wide Leg Trousers (Navy), £89