Why Dressing Up During Lockdown is Essential

We trust everyone is keeping well and staying safe during these uncertain times. Although we have nowhere to go and our social life is non-existent, wearing or buying anything right now may seem pointless. However, while we are all doing our part to save the world by simply staying at home, dressing up during this lockdown period is very vital for our physical and mental wellbeing. This is a way of making sure we stay in shape while self isolating at home.

Also, dressing up and looking good means feeling good and the positive energy we radiate causes a ripple effect on those around us. So slip out of your PJs and put on a gorgeous ensemble and some makeup every now and then.

We won’t advise you splurge on things that are unnecessary during this crisis especially if you’re living on a budget. Plus, you’ll be surprised to find some wearable pieces in your closet that’ll help boost your mood so decluttering is a must this season. It could be a dress that makes you smile, denim that brings back sweet memories or the perfect shirt for wfh.

Furthermore, if you’re not dressing for others, maintaining your fashion identity is still essential. This is the time to explore the brands out there, find your style as well as re-create yourself. You can even hire a virtual stylist if you need a push in the right direction in creating the wardrobe of your dreams.

So whatever you decide, let’s prepare and look our best for life after lockdown. Be sure to maintain a good hygiene, take care of your hair, skin as well as physical and mental wellbeing. If you can’t find anything cute in your wardrobe then opt for some online retail therapy or just put items in Wishlist for later. If thats you, then check out these mood-boosting clothing and accessories that’ll make a great addition to any closet.

Coast Fashion Long Sleeved Spot Tiered Maxi Dress now £44.50

AREA embellished ruffle trim dress now £348

ESCVDO Misa V-neck cotton mini dress, £275

Zara Satin Dress, 29.99

BRUNELLO CUCINELLI Silk-chiffon shirt, £1,540

ANNA QUAN Blake neon ribbed cotton sweater, £215

SLVRLAKE Grace frayed high-rise flared jeans £270

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