The Ideal "Work From Home" Outfit

Elevate Your Work-from-Home Wardrobe: Comfort, Style, and Versatility

The pandemic reshaped the way we live, and one of the most significant changes has been the widespread adoption of virtual, work-from-home, or hybrid work models by many companies. Gone are the days when the office was the unquestionable epicenter of work. Instead, we've come to realize that employees can be just as productive without enduring long commutes and the daily grind of cubicle life. Virtual and hybrid work models are here to stay, and while they bring numerous benefits, there's something missing when you can't physically connect with your colleagues.

Enter the era of video meetings. Thanks to modern technology, face-to-face conversations continue to be possible, even when we're miles apart. However, these virtual meetings often mean that your work-from-home setup—and, yes, your outfit—becomes part of the discussion. We've all witnessed the amusing juxtapositions of a suit jacket and tie paired with sweatpants that became a common sight in 2020.

Can we do better with our work-from-home attire, especially for women, who often have more creative freedom in their work-appropriate outfits? Can our wardrobe do double duty, providing the comfort we desire at home while maintaining the polished appearance necessary for work video meetings?

Let's explore the top three recommended features of an ideal work-from-home outfit, and discover the best options to meet these criteria:


Jia Loungewear braless Eileen 3/4 top in black, worn by model on a video chat

Check out the top 3 recommended features of an ideal work-from-home outfit and see what the best options would include:


1) Comfort First: The Foundation of a Great Work-From-Home Outfit

Comfort is key. Your work-from-home outfit should be a sanctuary of comfort. After all, who wants to be stuck in stuffy, constricting, and itchy workwear fabrics while at home? For many of us, comfort also means considering the need for one of the most constricting pieces of clothing—bras. We all know that the ideal work-from-home outfit should allow us to enjoy comfort without the mandatory bra conundrum.

2) Polished Appearance: A Work-Appropriate Look from Home

While comfort is non-negotiable, your work-from-home attire should also exude professionalism. Is it polished enough to pass as professional clothing, or is it too revealing and casual in appearance? In the virtual work world, your attire makes a statement. The last thing you want is your colleagues wondering if you're attending the meeting in your pajamas. And, of course, if you choose to forgo a bra at home, your outfit should still exude a professional vibe.

3) Versatility: A Wardrobe That Adapts to Your Needs

As the lines between work and home continue to blur, your work-from-home wardrobe should be versatile enough to meet your personal and professional needs. Can you effortlessly transform your work-from-home outfit by adding a blazer for a professional meeting and then rush to the grocery store in the same ensemble with shorts? A truly effective work-from-home outfit should be as adaptable as you are, seamlessly transitioning from one role to the next.

Jia Loungewear maroon ashley braless top on model with jean shorts

We've entered a new way of life in this post-pandemic world, and it's only fitting that we should develop a wardrobe that aligns with our evolving lifestyle. At Jia+Kate, we believe that we can help make your work-from-home life feel a little more like home, even if it can still look like work.

What do you think? Are you ready to elevate your work-from-home wardrobe to a new level of comfort, style, and versatility? With Jia+Kate, it's not just about looking good; it's about feeling great. Join us in embracing fashion that combines comfort and professionalism, all from the comfort of your home.