Working from Home Fashion - 17 March - 7 April, 2020
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WFH Fashion #1
Well at least working from home from now on I can wear what I feel most comfortable in all the time.
WFH Fashion #2
Today's working from home outfit comes from the George at Asda range of Pooh-jamas (modelled in our hallway).
WFH Fashion #3
Today's WFH outfit is called 'Greydient' from the 'Nearly see my Balls Gown' range sold by 'Frock & Awe' in Penge. I had to get up early to shave my legs for this one but I think you'll agree it's worth it.
WFH Fashion #4
My WFH outfit today is in tribute to all those people I know on the front line working in the Health Care, Police and Fire Service. Unfortunately I only had Kate's outfit to wear as my Police and Fireman outfits are at the cleaners (thank God). This outfit was a special commission from a specialist emporium in West Norwood called 'Rubber-Dubber-Do').
WFH Fashion #5
Today's WFH outfit is proving to be a bit of a challenge as every time I try and sit down it bounces me upright again. However, I will persevere and try and avoid small pricks. The outfit is courtesy of 'Mr Stay Puffed' in Beckenham.
WFH Fashion #6
Today's Working From Home outfit is in preparation for warmer weather (hence being outside). The dress and pussy pants are from 'If you Can Can you Should Should' in Downham. I hope you like my decking.
WFH Fashion #7
Today's Working From Home outfit is called 'Starfish Melange' from Thornton Heath's premier Caprinae outfitters 'Goat Couture'. The stack heels were bought from an eBay clearance sale from 70s glam legends Sweet. The only downside is every time I turn on my desk chair I knock my cup of tea over.
WFH Fashion #8
Today's Working From Home outfit had Kate and I up all night painting the backdrop. I then used an old bedspread and some tea towels to spruce up a frilly mini-frock purchased from 'Len's Swinging Dresses' in Crystal Palace. And as the phrase goes 'a man who is tired of orange tights is tired of life'.
WFH Fashion #8
Today's Working From Home outfit is in honour of Jennifer who suggested the theme (sorry for the in-joke) and it's called 'Eats, Shoots and Leaves' and is an adapted version of a dress from Peckham outfitters 'Tarquin's Top Knot Togs - the Hipster Haberdasher on your High Street'. If you don't like it then Bamboo-hoo to you!
WFH Fashion #10
For today's Working From Home outfit I had some time at the weekend to learn bespoke tailoring so ran up this wool suit (wool from sheep that roam Highlands of Sydenham) and I favour the lapel that's so big it has its own postcode. The shirt and tie were made from lilac polyester (fun fact: it took more material to make the tie than the shirt). Also, like a lot of the self-iso's, I've had time to grow a porn moustache but the hair I borrowed from Kate.
WFH Fashion #11
Today's Working From Home outfit will serve two purposes - The Zardoz inspired theme brings comfort, obviously, but we have to shop later on so fast rotation of the ponytail should help keep 2 meters from the nearest shopper.
Amazing what you can do with an old red t-shirt, dyed surgical tubing and a pair of Kate's sexy-fun-time boots. It also meant I didn't have to shave off the 'tache I grew at the weekend.
WFH Fashion #12
Today's Working From Home outfit came about after shopping yesterday for the first time in a week. It reinforced the importance of keeping 2m apart so I have been up all night developing the 'Space Stick 3000' to help enforce this when I have to go out and about. It was a strange byproduct of the manufacturing process that it's lethally pointy at one end.
The outfit (I hear you ask) was made from an old terry toweling fitted sheet and some swirly pattern placemats that should help disorientate
WFH Fashion #13
Today's 'Working From Home' outfit is in honour of all those people self-isolating or social distancing with loved ones and obviously experiencing the unmitigated bliss that this brings.
And, as you can see from this picture we have entered the knitwear phase of our lockdown relationship although Kate has a strange habit of knitting behind me with rising and falling motions that, and you'll find this funny, almost look like she's practicing stabbing or slashing. Good times.
WFH Fashion #14
As we all know it's Tutu Friday so I wanted to celebrate this in today's Working From Home clothes. The tutu and the top both come from the 'Choc & Awe' collection available at 'Desmond's Tutus' in Peckham (their slogan is "Do do that tutu that you do so well"). Happy Friday!
Also, the Joe Wicks workouts are going well and you can now chop an onion on my firm pecs.
WFH Fashion #15
No Working From Home clothes would be complete without a Little Black Dress. This LBD, with it's striking sheer decolletage, comes from 'Touching Goth' in Camden with their taglines: "We've got a degree in Ennui" and "Black to the Future". The shoes I got from 'Slacker's Stackers'.
WFH Fashion #16
Today's outfit will sadly be my last in the Working From Home range as I am furloughed from the end of today. I thought I would go out on an ultra- glamorous high with a dress from 'I'm Pink Therefore I Am' in Bermondsey who are chiffon auteurs. Thanks go to the neighbours for letting me borrow their cockapoo to stand on.