The new era of working from home is making comfortable fashion everyone’s top priority with kaftans in people’s shopping carts to flowy dresses in their laundry, heavy / fitted outfits have taken a back seat in women's wardrobes. 

From fabrics like cotton to colours soothing to eyes, let’s take you through a collection of fits you can only love. 

  • Kaftan - It’s no secret that kaftans are stylish and never seem to go out of trend. The most easy, breezy piece of clothing is a woman's love in the lockdown. This versatile fit can not only be worn for running errands but also to sleep or to attend zoom meetings. 



  • Flowy dresses - home is where we ditch the extra layers and get all comfy in our favourite dresses. From minimal prints to pastel colours - cotton dresses will always win our hearts. 



  • Co-ord sets - An outfit where we don’t have to put our head in matching the top with the bottom? Bring it on - co ord sets are such comfy yet versatile pieces in any woman’s wardrobe as they can be styled in so many different ways without compromising on comfort. A perfect outfit if your friends are coming over or you’re having a little picnic at your terrace or home garden. 


  • Joggers - the fashion statement for women is always evolving with joggers being one of the top trends prioritising on comfort and multi purpose whether printed or solid. Joggers make up for the comfiest fit to chill around the house. Plus, as they say - professional on the top and comfy at the bottom is the new zoom meeting fashion etiquette. 



  • Suit sets - For the women, who find the maximum comfort in easy and effortless suit sets while working around the house, go for the ones which never made their way before the lockdown. Pair up your kurtas with loose- fit bottoms with a hint of oxidised jewellery to give it a sweet punch.



Since, working from home is not going away we can at least perk up with some comfortable clothes and stay productive. If you’re someone who likes to keep their fashion statement top notch even when locked in - this thread of outfits is definitely for you, explore more at