How to stay stylish during covid-19?

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed a lot about our lives, from how we shop to how we work to how we work out. It’s also changed how we dress. Because many of us spent so much of the last year quarantined at home, gone were the days of business casual wear for the office and dressy outfits for nights out.

And since COVID happened, we desperately need a positive boost. You may assume we are not able to practice fashion to the fullest these days, but it is possible if we put the pieces wisely.

Here are some ‘proven to be beneficial’ ways to spend time with yourself and style better than yesterday.

If you have cleaned out your wardrobe like a lot of us during this lockdown and are left with a pile of clothes and items you’ll never use – here are some tips to get further use out of them! 

Turn your old t-shirts into a blanket! Cut squares from old tees and sew them together to make a quirky comforter.

Make a bag using old denim! This doesn’t necessarily require sewing – hot glue will work just as well.

Use old sweaters to make coffee cup sleeves. Simply cut off sleeves to fit around your mug and spice up your coffee experience.

Cut flannel shirts to make trendy winter scarfs.

Torn tights or stockings can be cut and used as colourful headbands.

While in quarantine,  a routine is something that you should strictly adhere to change these grumpy mornings well enough to make the day more neutral. Get up and prepare for what you’re going to wear as you do pretty much every day. Do the morning rituals like brushing your teeth, washing your face, or showering, and then wear the clothes the way you want to feel instead of the way you already feel.

Although you are at home and nobody will see you, you still need to improve your life’s quality by maintaining grooming activities.

Based on research, colours actually affect your mood. So if you cannot go out, customise and order masks or create neck gaiters to add colours and fun to your look; this also makes you energised and cheerful. Change into your PJs only when you want to laze around, otherwise put on proper clothes while working and some bright colours to feel energetic.

To embrace fashion, give yourself a chance. You’ll be surprised at how your clothes can affect your attitude and affect your learning capabilities.

While people cannot work in the office because of the outbreak of COVID-19, many have had consecutive zoom meetings. Label each new day at these times by ‘shifting a feel’. Focusing on the organisation and who you are interacting with, switch your outfits.

Keep it softened, but be creative and chic from how you’d commonly dress to work. You might easily couple a blazer with a sophisticated shirt or a sweater to offer the best combination of formal and comfortable. 

While you wouldn’t like to look overdressed or oblivious to the present state of the environment, you also don’t want to seem like you’ve let everything go. It’s not only a video call to establish interaction and show your abilities but also your fashion stability.

In discovering your style, you explore more about yourself. Who we are is fairly obvious by what we hold. Since fashion is a type of language: the clothes we wear every day represent the way we see ourselves and how we want everyone to view us.

Strive to find the clothes you want. It doesn’t involve getting new things, but beginning with your own wardrobe to build a sense of fashion. Talk about the bits and the causes behind the dress that you really cherish.

Tie-dye really took off at the beginning of the pandemic, when we were all looking for ways to stay entertained at home. Not only did tie-dye kits sell out at almost every retailer, but we saw a surge of tie-dye everything, from loungewear to sneakers to T-shirts.

Emphasise on DIYs, don’t worry about doing it flawlessly. Go online, use websites, and create fun designs on masks, neck gaiters, or patches. It’s all about you appreciating your persona in your production, so be free, be creative, and be conscious of what you create.

We can add personalisation to worn-out clothes to allow ourselves to establish our own distinctive and individual look. Crafting can relax and help ease the tension you may feel. Our mental wellbeing is improved by engaging in a mindful task, as it allows us to pay attention to our thoughts and emotions.

You’re also providing your mind a boost while you’re creating by concentrating on one thing, and the feeling of achievement you get could enhance your self-esteem and improve overall health.

 Based on the review, we found the Athleta masks to be the most comfortable and breathable, with a triple-layered construction for more protection. We also liked the Old Navy masks for the same reasons along with their soft material and affordable price.

Last but not least, stay healthy! In order to stay stylish you must first stay healthy. Follow the guidelines during pandemic, and stay safe.


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