Good news for the short-sighted and those who just enjoy accessorising with non-prescription eyewear. Oversized glasses are a striking look that helps to keep your mask in place.
Cotton jacket and shirt, from Versace. Metal optical frames and eyewear chain, from Gentle Monster.
With half your face covered, it’s time to let your crowning glory do the talking. add a snazzy print for added impact from the neck down.
Wool sweater, from Dior. Metal optical frames, from Giorgio Armani.
You know that dulling sense of mask-induced anonymity? It doesn’t stand a chance against stylishly slicked-back hair and statement sleeves.
Silk crepe dress and gold ring, from Givenchy.
With the current state of the world, pulling on your brightest looks is a great way to uplift yourself and the people around you – one metre away from each other, of course.
Cotton jacket and tee, from Givenchy.
A SIGHT TO BEHOLD
Now that lipstick is barely an option, statement eyes with graphic liner are having a moment. Yes, the look is a little edgy but so eye-catching with a tousled updo, a timeless tweed jacket and chunky rings.
Tweed jacket, lace blouse, gold ring with diamonds, gold ring and gold mini ring, from Chanel.
Dress from the neck up with a shirt that has its own jaunty scarf. Bonus: wear it during zoom calls to give your work associates something fun to look at.
Leather jacket and cotton shirt, from Hermes.
We all need an occasional, much-needed distraction in tough times. Channel the Wild West and can-do spirit of the era’s frontierswoman with a leather bustier that is feminine and tough all at once.
Leather bustier and cotton blouse, from Tod’s. Rose gold Tiffany ring with diamonds, rose gold ring, rose gold bangle with diamonds, and yellow gold bangle with diamonds, from Tiffany & Co.
Now that the circuit breaker and DiY crew cuts are behind us, consider going to the other end of the spectrum by working an on-trend, slicked-back style.
Suede jacket, cotton shirt and leather camera pouch, from Ermenegildo Zegna.
PHOTOGRAPHY VERONICA TAY
ART DIRECTION FAZLIE HASHIM
STYLIST DOLPHIN YEO
STYLIST'S ASSISTANT THOMAS HONG HAIR EILEEN KOH, USING KEVIN.MURPHY MAKEUP JOHN LEE, USING TOM FORD MODELS AARON LIM/MANNEQUIN & CALA BARRETT/AVE MANAGEMENT