Work-from-home outfits are proven to help boost your productivity, as it psyches you into work mode real quick. Whether you’re out of ideas or are looking to start wearing WFH OOTDs yourself, we’ve picked out 13 looks plucked from the feeds of your favorite, most stylish celebs. Don’t worry, we took comfortability into account because now that you’re working from home, might as well take advantage of upping the cozy factor right? (No tight skirts! No high-waisted culottes!)
As regular styling goes, the mood always dictates the look, so we’ve also chosen an outfit to match each one. Now, browse, select, and don’t forget to take an OOTD once you’re all dressed with up!
For when you’re feeling chill: A cool pajama set like Martine Cajucom’s
If you’ve been living in your PJs for the longest time you’ve been working from home, you might want to step it up a bit. (Also, wearing your pajamas hinders your productivity, yikes!) Take cues from Martine Cajucom-Ho’s cute pajama set, which could pass for coords. She layered it on top of a printed tee for a retro touch. It’s a fresh, cozy look if you don’t want to look like you just rolled out of bed! (When in fact, you did.)
For when you miss your office get-up: Alexa Chung’s button-down and trousers
While wearing your typical office uniform doesn’t sound so enticing when you’re working from home, you’ve got to admit that there are times when you just want to look polished and sleek. The remedy? Keep it light with a breezy button-down and flared denim trousers like Alexa Chung’s! Swap out the heels for Mary Janes, instead.
For when you plan to work out later on: Victoria Beckham’s sleek sweats
What’s so convenient about working from home is you don’t have to go anywhere else to get what you need. You can even work out for a while during your breaks. For when you’re feeling fit and active, slip into a sleek set of sweats or a comfortable athleisure outfit. It’ll also be the push you need to actually start that workout!
For when you’re feeling playful: Dua Lipa’s utilitarian lewk
There’s another advantage to working from home: You get to experiment with looks that you might not have considered on a regular office day. For inspo, look no further than your adventurous girl, Dua Lipa, who is known for culling ideas from decades past, like the '80s, '90s, and early 2000s. Throw on a very Clueless plaid skirt and a zip-up jacket for a fun schoolgirl-meets-suburban chic get-up.
For when you want to look sophisticated yet laidback: Sofia Richie’s silk jumpsuit and sandals
If your style is decidedly feminine and relaxed, or it’s just one of those days when you feel like the fabulous dame of the household, might we suggest a prim silk jumpsuit like Sofia Richie’s? Consider it the modern caftan of the '70s when women would traipse around the home with a martini in hand. Pair with a pearl choker and comfy sandals; A cute printed headscarf would complete the look if you’re up for it.
For when you want to elevate your daily house uniform: Bea Soriano Dee’s floral frock
If you grew up wearing what pinoys call the "daster," and you’ve admittedly grown fond of how insanely comfortable it is, know that you can elevate your look with something more fashown, like Bea Soriano-Dee’s very English floral frock. The fabric is just as breathable, and wouldn’t you look ravishing during your well-deserved tea time, er, snack time?
For when you’ve got a lot of work to do: Liz Uy’s boiler suit
There are very rare days when all sense of procrastination just magically disappears and you feel like you can conquer your entire to-do list in one go. Well, with a boiler suit like Liz Uy’s you can literally roll up your sleeves and get to work. We suggest copping one in a light fabric for maximum comfort, but if you feel like wearing a plush pair of heels like the boss that you are, we’re not stopping you either.
For when it’s a "good vibes" kind of day: Julie Anne San Jose’s '90s-inspired look
There’s nothing more casual than a T-shirt and jeans, but you can add a twist by going retro, like Julie Anne San Jose’s Coke sweatshirt and mom jeans. You can either play up the color by sporting blue denim or go gritty by opting for dark wash denim. The point is, do whatever makes you feel the most carefree!
For when your love life is actually going well: Rhian Ramos’ monochromatic blush look
If there’s one aspect of your life that can easily make or break your mood, it’s your love life. Celebrate those good days when you’re not arguing with you S.O. or overthinking till dawn by wearing a rosy ensemble like Rhian Ramos’ (minus the coat). Might be cheesy, but then again, who can resist these cute blush tones? If the jeans are too constricting for you, put on a cute mini skirt instead.
For when you’re feeling classy: Tricia Gosingtian’s little black dress
Audrey Hepburn may have immortalized the little black dress in Breakfast at Tiffany’s but we’ve got our own Tricia Gosingtian-Gabunada to prove how wearable and versatile the piece is for any occasion—even when you’re working from home. Eschew Holly Golightly’s formal accessories in favor of Tricia’s simple touches like gold earrings and animal print neckerchief!
For when you miss the beach: Jess Wilson’s maillot-and-shorts combo
Longing for sea, sand, and sun? If an island has always been your dream work-from-home location, know that you can live out your dream by way of a beach-ready outfit. Again, we can’t stress the versatility of a maillot enough! Wear it as a sleeveless top like Jess Wilson and match with your favorite shorts. Complete the look by wearing your sunnies as a headband, if you wish.
For when you want to look relaxed and put together: Pia Wurtzbach’s tonal-blue dressing
Blue is a calming color. So, if you’re feeling stressed out, pile it on in different hues like Pia Wurtzbach’s navy blue collared shirt and pastel pants. It’s an effortless way to look smart and chic, even though a lot is going on in your mind. If a monochromatic ensemble is too much for you, one blue item should be enough to help you decompress.
For when you’re feeling minimalistic: Leila Alcasid’s fuss-free nude look
A minimalist look simply means a pared-down ensemble, so that doesn’t mean you can’t play around with different colors. Inject a breath of fresh air to a simple outfit by taking cues from Leila Alcasid, whose cream and coffee-colored outfit might just be the sartorial caffeine that will inspire you to work, work, work.