A Week of Outfits: The Hybrid-Work Update
You may have been back in the office for months now. Or maybe you’re driving in once a week for important in-person meetings (the weekly goop all-hands is one such event). Or, like many, you might be trying for something in the middle. Which means that our current Monday-through-Friday uniforms aren’t that uniform at all. Below, seven practical—but no less put-together—combos for the new normal.
Tackle your inbox in a pop-of-color pullover that we’re certain inspires productivity—plus great-fitting jeans, a fresh pair of sneakers, and the early holiday gift you treated yourself to (cc: Spinelli Kilcollin).
Kitten-soft sweaterdress + tonal topper + something shiny wrapped around your wrist = elegant with a capital E. Toughen it up with lug-sole boots in a seasonal hue, like oxblood or olive green.
A midweek market run calls for denim (blue, white, whatever), plaid (the G. Label team nailed this one), and the kind of look-anchoring lace-up poncho that makes leaving the house worth it.
How to handle the work-to-whatever’s-next shuffle with grace? The secret is a drapey, dropped-waist dress that goes from corner office to candlelit booth with little more than a swipe of gloss.
Wrap up that project, shut your laptop, and slip into something miles more comfortable—this figure-skimming sweaterdress fits the bill—to grab an espresso martini (or two).
Fact: A candy-striped button-down paired with Monday’s jeans and classic caramel accessories works whether you’ve got coffee to grab, appointments to keep, or a farmers’ market haul to fetch.
Stave off the Sunday scaries with a sweatsuit (the kind you actually want to be caught in), shearling slippers, and an emotional support candle that moonlights as a body oil.
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