The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday published an article titled "What to Wear to Work—When You Work at Home."
The author of the article — published in the newspaper's online fashion section — talks through how their busy life switching between working remotely, meetings, and everyday tasks poses a problem when it comes to picking an outfit, "To stay focused and on task for the professional parts, I often err on the dressy side."
The piece goes on to suggest outfits for Skype, coffee, and client meetings.
These suggestions include $4,000 earrings for a Skype call, $600 shoes to meet someone for coffee, and a $200 shirt to meet clients. Throughout, the author regularly names other pricey designers she wears, and includes input from other women who prefer to dress up when working from home.