Aside from staying in the mental space to get things done, you'll appear polished for the dreaded impromptu video call from your colleague—even if there's a pint of Ben & Jerry's perched just right out of frame.
Staying comfortable during this time of uncertainty can help quell anxiety, but changing out of your pajamas will keep your purpose in sight—even if you haven't seen your friends face-to-face in weeks.
Do Not Sell My Personal Information Glamour may earn a portion of sales from products that are purchased through our site as part of our Affiliate Partnerships with retailers.
You'll finally be ready to return those “borrowed” menswear clothes after getting your hands on this roomy button-down and matching shorts from Free People.
Resisting the urge to stay in your partner's oversize hoodie all day can be tough, but a cute at-home outfit may help you maintain some semblance of normalcy while attempting to be productive.
This sweatshirt dress is ideal for curling up under a weighted blanket or venturing to your neighborhood bodega for household essentials—and it'll look great paired with spring boots.
Hi, yes, bike shorts are back—and this silk-cotton set will make for a cozy foray into the divisive trend with seriously strong staying power.
If you're still on the fence about the tie-dye trend, now's the time to give it a whirl without having to face the outside world.
Hop on the lavender trend with this cotton-blend fleece set that will help keep things light with its pale pastel hue.
Cute enough for a video call, cozy enough for a disco nap. https://t.co/I192ttqk4w— Glamour (@glamourmag) March 19, 2020
Related videos from YouTube