“Typically on a WFH day, I’ll throw on any elevated oversize top — usually a button-down, hoodie, graphic crewneck, or sweater — and call it a day, reveling in the fact that I can go bottomless. As I’ve adjusted to the new state of things, I’ve opted for a more casual version of what I’d wear to the office, pants included. I take down my hair, make sure all my earrings are in (I have 6 total ear piercings), groom my eyebrows, and put on Glossier cloud paint in haze for a “my lips but better” moment. Lately, getting dressed helps me feel grounded, in the same way, that laying on the floor reminds me that I’m really here, stuck in the house but making it.”

Tahirah Hairston, Fashion and Beauty Director

“Usually when I work from home, I get dressed as working from home for me means working from a local cafe or restaurant, as my studio apartment is super small with no desk space. Now…

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