Without pants: a brand from Canada has presented its own version of clothing for working from homePictolic
With the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, many people had to leave the office and learn to work at home, and some continue to work remotely. Therefore, jokes about the fact that you can only wear a top to work are still relevant. And designers continue to create collections in the best traditions of self-isolation.
Hard lockdown and self-isolation make adjustments not only to our work schedules, but also to our business wardrobe. Zoom conferences, Facetime meetings and Skype conversations oblige us to look solid, without sacrificing comfort. Of course, pajamas should be left for sleeping and household chores, but, as practice shows, it is also better to save suits for a more active period.
The Canadian brand Henri Vézina has presented its version of men's clothing for working from home. Designers suggest that men work only in jackets and shirts, forgetting about trousers for a while. After all, no one will see them anyway.
The brand offers customers to halve the cost of their business wardrobe and worry only about the upper half of their official attire. So, today the wardrobe of a business person looks like this: a strict top — a home bottom.
In June, a similar thematic advertising campaign of the clothing line was launched by the cheap goods chain Prisma. Their Telcollection collection also combines an office-style top and a comfortable home bottom.