Strong Suit: 5 Women's Blazer-Based Work-From-Home Outfits

Working from home presents plenty of perks, from a personalized home office to more time to get ready in the morning—and even brave the cold for a quick latte. Despite the benefits of this new M.O., it's normal to experience sartorial ruts when you're focused on crushing it in your career. That's why we're here! Strike a high-performing balance between professional-cool and WFH-comfy in these modern blazer-based outfits. You'll look sharp and feel good from 9-5 and beyond.

Power Hour

We’re all for dressing for the job you want, but it’s cool if you love your current job, too! Whatever your rank, dress like the boss (a la @alpa.rama) in a sleek fitted blazer, cinched with a bold belt. A tonal pant may not show up on-screen, but you’ll be ready to run errands or pay in-office visits on the fly. Finish it off with a pointed toe shoe.

Coffee Run

The best outfits look like they happened by accident, as @julievigorito demonstrates. When it’s time to put up that “Away” status and grab a matcha, try a boxy boyfriend blazer over a comfy at-home ensemble, like a tank and denim short combo (swap in pants if you’re in a colder climate). Pull on a pair of western boots. to complete the laid-back look.

Prep Rally

You’re one smart cookie. Why not dress the part? @bylauriev shows us the step-by-step: Suit up in a clean-cut plaid jacket (bonus points for a boxy silhouette) to nail that vintage-inspired history professor vibe. With a pair of distressed jeans and 90s-inspired hair clip, this look will suit you from meeting to post-work drinks.

Lady Like

Some days, your agenda may call for a sharp tailored jacket. On others, you can mix things up like @sandrazhang. When cuffed, shorter sleeves add volume and a hint of femininity. Paired with classic tailoring fabrics, these mini mods can refresh a classic work-from-home outfit. You can even make it your own with a bandeau—just peep the company dress code first!

Bright Side

"Don't wear white in the winter" is a stuffy fashion rule we love to break. White (and generally light) fabrics add an elevated, breezy aesthetic to any work-from-home outfit. @trulyaria has mastered this look with a white blazer, wide leg pant and gold earrings—for a luxe finishing touch that shines on-screen. The best part? This pairing transitions smoothly into spring.