Apologies if you're seasoned in working from home by now, but we know for some, you are still learning how to create a good routine. For us, a big part of this is finding outfits that do two things: firstly, make us feel comfortable, and secondly, make us feel good. I know that the idea of putting any thought into an outfit that will only be seen by your family and the local supermarket may seem silly but, in our experience, a good outfit really can have the power to shift our mood. 

Maybe it's something as small as throwing on a brightly coloured jumper or slipping on a pair of comfy & stretchy trousers. It's these little pick-me-ups that can make all the difference in the long run.

If you happen to crave a bit of inspiration in the working-from-home wardrobe department, we have created a list of key pieces to help you

The Comfy Trousers

Make the most of your downtime wearing our Willow super comfy & stretchy magic pants, these are the perfect combination of style and comfort.




The Feel-Good Jumper

Add a burst of colour to your knitwear collection with our Sheridan roll neck oversized jumper, made to a relaxed fit for easy layering so perfect for throwing over jeans and brightening up chilly days  




The Versatile Tee

Build outfits around our Talia stripey T-shirt. A foundation layer for any wardrobe, this casual staple is so soft, comfy and easy to wear, team this stripey favourite with jeans or chinos and you're all set.



The Throw-on poncho

The Louisa Poncho is part of our premium Cashmere range, it is a beautifully simple lightweight cashmere blend poncho to wear anytime in stunning seasonal colours.
Simple understated design that is so easy to wear plus the fabulous split on one side enabling you the freedom to do the things you need to!



The Go-for-a-Walk Essentials

Beat the chill this season, keeping cosy and stylish with our elegant & colourful Lara faux suede gloves together with our super snuggly reversable Wiley Star design scarf & our Trinity chunky cable knit pom pom hat.


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