Relaxed waist-down dressing does not have to mean schlepping around in a pair of sloppy shorts. This scarf-print satin pair looks snazzy, even if you’re the only one to see it.
Cotton blazer, cotton shirt and silk scarf, from Celine. Silk satin shorts, from Givenchy. Metal spectacles, from Dior. Cotton socks, stylist’s own.
BREAK THE RULES
In the new normal, feel free to mix things up – match tailoring, for instance, with smart swim shorts that don’t look amiss far away from water.
Wool jacket and cotton shirt, from Hermes. Nylon swim shorts, from Brunello Cucinelli. Metal spectacles, from Dior.
RIGHT ON TRACK
Sweatpants and other forms of athleisure have been trending in recent years, but right now, they actually make sense.
Cotton blazer and cotton shirt, from Boss. Cotton sweatpants, from Brunello Cucinelli. DB Eyewear by David Beckham ruthenium metal frames, from W Optics.
MATTER OF BALANCE
Feeling hot and bothered in three-piece tailoring during a serious meeting? Keep your cool in a pair of your best boxers.
Wool jacket, wool vest and cotton shirt, from Gucci. DB Eyewear by David Beckham ruthenium spectacles, from W Optics. Cotton boxer shorts and cotton socks, stylist’s own.
Cheerful prints will help to lift your mood even when you have to stay up for that inter-continental Zoom session.
Silk jacket and cotton shirt, from Ermenegildo Zegna. Nylon shorts, from Louis Vuitton. DB Eyewear by David Beckham ruthenium metal spectacles, from W Optics.
Really miss your workplace? Turn up your home’s air-conditioning to achieve that office arctic chill, then get to work in your cosiest cable-knit top.
Cashmere jacket and cashmere knit turtleneck, from Brunello Cucinelli. Nylon shorts and rubber slippers, from Moschino.
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