|Cardigan: American Vintage (sold out but buy similar here). T-shirt: Ba&sh. Wool joggers, £14.99 in the sale, Gap|
It is actually rare that I work from home, and a total luxury when it does happen. To get the most relevant and interesting inspiration for my site, I have to meet with PRs and go to press days to find exclusive content. However, at some point I have to take photos and actually upload content - and to do that, I like to be as comfy as possible without looking like a slob. As you can imagine, I never sit at my desk in jeans and heels, and with the rising costs of gas we rarely have the heating on so warmth is also key. I swear by cashmere and oversized knits - cashmere, for me, really is such a worthwhile investment.
I have about 7 grey and navy cashmere crew-necks (from Gap, Boden, M&S) which are generally on rotation worn with my Gap Brooklyn Joggers and my recent Wyse cashmere tracksuit pants - cashmere AND on trend for S/S - perfection).
If I need to pop out quickly, I don't panic too much - a pair of Stan Smiths and I'm ready to go. In the spring, I'll wear a classic slouchy shirt with my joggers (half tucked, obviously, to look as J Crew as possible in my 2 bedroom maisonette). I love Splendid's khaki shirt, which I'm hoping to wear all summer.
Believe it or not, this is the size of my wardrobe. YES. That's why I am always doing carboots or selling clothes through Tictail.
|Khaki shirt: £155, Splendid. 'Cato' desk, £125, Habitat|
|100% cashmere jumper: £69.99, Gap. Cashmere tracksuit pants, coming soon, Wyse London. Tumbler: £6, Falcon Enamelware|
|Tumbler: £6, Falcon Enamelware. Candle: part of a set, Bella Freud. Highlight stick: £8, Soap & Glory. 'Spark Joy' by Marie Kondo, £9.09, The Book Depository|