Let’s face it, dressing for work now looks a whole lot different than it did earlier this year. The items that were once menswear office staples (brogues for one) probably haven’t seen the light of day since the beginning of March. All these months of waking up and throwing on cozy Sustainable Clothing have thrown us off the style course. And with hybrid work modes taking over our foreseeable futures, it’s time for a refresher on how to dress for work — whether it’s at home or back in the office.Flexible yet Dependable
If there’s one thing we’ve come to realise during lockdown, it’s that one does not simply ‘work from home’. Being at home comes with its own set of challenges like all the in-between chores you have to do, last-minute errands you got to run and hardest of all, parenting for some. Not only is your attire expected to be work-appropriate but flexible too. For this, we like turning to failsafe menswear styles in fabrics like organic cotton and Hemp Clothing that are big on comfort but better at withstanding the wear and tear of daily use.
ZOOMing in on Style
The Zoom fatigue is real but there’s no denying that virtual meetings are an absolute essential during these times, especially if you have a bunch of job interviews lined up. Whether you’re looking to impress a potential employer or sitting in on a performance review, looking sharp will make you feel more confident and productive. And since the laptop camera only focuses on your top half, putting on a great shirt is key. Lucky for you, our men’s shirts are not only every bit as sharp but light and airy too — just in case you start to break into a sweat, they’ll have your back.
Reporting for Duty
If you’re one of the brave souls whose planning on returning to the office or has already begun doing so, we salute you. But with the virus still at large, one must consider dressing with a good amount of precaution. This doesn’t solely imply carrying a mask at all times or loading up on some sanitisers for your work desk. But also adding some antimicrobial clothing to your workwear arsenal for an extra layer of protection. While the likelihood of contracting the virus from your clothes is considered low, we’ve grown fond of fabrics like hemp and bamboo that are regarded to naturally possess antibacterial activity against a wide range of pathogenic bacteria. Lucky for you, our range of sustainable menswear include some stylish pickings in naturally antibacterial fabrics.
Published by: Vibhuti Vazirani/ 2020-11-10