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Work From Home: 6 Stylish On-Screen Characters to Inspire Your WFH Style

A Zoom look worthy of a Bond girl is a successful one, indeed. In Die Another Day, Halle Berry defeats evil crime and looks damn good doing it; you have no excuse not to dress up for your morning meetings, too. Consider investing in a chic floral dress, because a good print does all the work for your outfit. Also, it’s time to get some new desk accessories if you’re committing to WFH life; a new chic tray or notebook, perhaps.

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Schumacher Bixi Dragon blue printed paper tray

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Sarah Jessica Parker in Sex And The City

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Some days, you do feel like dressing up to WFH, so why not channel the queen of home office style: Carrie Bradshaw? If there’s one thing the Sex and The City character knows,

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11 of the Most Comfortable Clothes for Work and WFH

In 2020, getting ready for work has become a weird phenomenon. Our usual office-friendly outfits have been replaced with more comfortable alternatives (looking at you, leggings), and now that all IRL meetings are taking place via Zoom, wearing pants at all has become completely optional. But if months of lounging around in sweats has left you yearning for something a bit more “business” than “casual,” we’ve got you with some of the most comfortable clothes for work money can buy.

Below, we’ve rounded up some cute, cozy staples that you’ll want to wear long after you return to the office. Rest assured, these staples are perfect for any work situation—even the ones that take place on your bed instead of at a desk.

First up: Straight from our favorite new loungewear brand, this linen dress is equally at home for a night spent at home on the couch as

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This Is the Ultimate #WFH Beauty Strategy, According to the Dior Runway

Much like this season’s #WFH-friendly clothes—from dressing gowns to slouchy trousers—Dior’s spring 2021 beauty equation married self-expression with wearability.

It all began with the hair, which saw hairstylist Guido Paulo finessing each girl’s natural texture so that it could be worn loose, or pulled back into an undone updo topped off with one of the knotted headband designed by Stephen Jones. “It was Maria Grazia [Chiuri’s] idea of women at home, doing their own hair,” explains Palau. “They’re not going to go to a hairdresser’s, it’s how they do their own hair. It’s naive, but stylish at the same time.” To create the “easy” updos, Paulo first ran Bumble and bumble’s Thickening Creme Contour through lengths, then blow dried them for extra definition. Once prepped, he parted the hair down the center, separated it into two sections, braided each of them loosely, then twisted them into a “roll-like” shape. The

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