Maybe work-from-home fashion is a thing, but not for me

With no where to go, and no one to see, when working from home, Karina Bland opts for comfort.

Mai Morsch is an editor at Vogue magazine who has been working from home like a lot of us. She recently wrote about how it has redefined her style.

Early on, before she settled in, Morsch wore the same black leggings and oversized cashmere sweater.

Atta girl, I thought, hiking up my black leggings.

But when she returned to New York, Morsch put on Prada heels and a floor-length dress to eat pizza on her couch.

“Ever since,” Morsch wrote. “I really do try to put something on every day. Even if that is simply a caftan-style dress or a new pair of earrings.”

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