Kiernan Shipka Is Making a Case For Mullet Dressing
Early on in quarantine, it was easy for us to roll our eyes at the term "work from home wardrobe." You mean last night’s pajamas? Yep, we’ve got that covered. But, after one too many mad dashes for a blazer ahead of a Zoom call, along with realizing how nice it is to actually get dressed in the morning, we began to prep more.
Eventually, we landed on the ultimate happy medium: business on top, lazy on the bottom. In theory, it sounds like a strange and messy combo, but as demonstrated by Kiernan Shipka, it doesn’t have to be. There are plenty of work from home outfit ideas that can be both cute and cozy, involving a fancy, office-appropriate shirt while still incorporating your tried-and-true sweats.
Hair: Bryce Scarlett for The Wall Group. Makeup: Lauren Gott. Photography: Christian Coppola. Styling: Julia von Boehm.
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Olivia von Halle shirt and shorts. Sunglasses, her own. Photo: Christian Coppola.
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Dolce & Gabbana shirtdress and tie. Earrings, her own. Photo: Christian Coppola.
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Max Mara blazer. Salvatore Ferragamo belt. Bunny Slippers slippers. Sunglasses, her own. Photo: Christian Coppola.
Tod’s blazer. Chloé top. Pangaia sweatpants. Minnetonka moccasins. Photo: Christian Coppola.