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11 Ways To Make Your Work From Home Style Cute AF

As the world turns, we must keep styling and profiling - no matter where we are working.

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As the world turns, we must keep styling and profiling - no matter where we are working. The first three months of 2020 have been trying. But like the lit black women we are, we will continue to believe that greater is coming, and we will make it through. We always do. I mean, our ancestors conquered worse.

Many of us have been encouraged or forced to work from home. No matter the circumstance, it's a privilege. It may seem like it's the perfect time to chill and relax, but it is essential to continue to be productive. When working from home, some things to keep in mind include:

  • Keep a consistent routine.
  • Time management is important.
  • Schedule breaks.
  • Listen to your body.
  • Stay positive.
  • To-do lists are your best friend.
  • When using Zoom to video conference, try out the "Touch Up My Appearance" filter.

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We want you to have a divine work from home space and routine that includes showing up in modish outfits that are both comfortable and stylish. Some will say that dressing up to work from home is silly, but there's a way to choose uncomplicated lewks. Most of all, we want to differentiate what we wear to work and what we wear to bed because it helps our brain understand when to be productive and when to lounge.

Ahead, find getups seen on some of our favorite style innovators that are attainable when working from home.

Jalisa

Comfy sweater + leggings = realistic productivity. Jalisa's comfy sweater offers some edge with the off the shoulder action. She can easily transition from work to comfort when needed.

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