Stay-at-home style
with Boden staff

Our team is a talented bunch of creative and snappy dressers. Meet a few of our people, check out their WFH style and hear how they’re adapting.

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Antonia
Social Media Manager

What does WFH look like for you?
As a social team, we’re quite agile anyway. Regular and open communication is more important than ever at the moment, so we’re working hard to provide the right content.

Top tips for the times?
Keep your desk tidy and listen to the radio. I’m really enjoying putting together outfits and sharing them. I’m dressing as if I’m going to the office and it’s doing wonders for my mood.

What’s your WFH style?
Comfort. I’m spending a lot of time at my desk so laidback styles are really working for me. I love relaxed linen like this, then I’ll add a shirt over the top when the weather is cooler.

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Karen 
People Director

What does WFH look like for you?
I get up and dressed, have breakfast and take breaks from the screen between meetings. My children are starting to get used to having me around and I love our lunches together.

Top tips for the times?
I keep connected to my team, not just to talk work. I love knowing my we’re (virtually) together every day – they break things up and give me so much energy.

What’s your WFH style?
I spend 90% of my time on video calls, so I only have to get half-dressed. I keep it simple with a roll neck or white shirt, then add statement earrings. Embarrassingly, I’m always in my slippers.

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Adam 
Assistant Designer

What does WFH look like for you?
It was hard at first but I quickly realised it’s all about discipline and balance… and lots of coffee. To unwind after a long day, I make scrubs for NHS workers – I really love sewing.

Top tips for the times?
Get up at the usual time and get fully dressed. Don’t work in your bedroom if you can. As the weeks go by, I realise the importance of going outside to rebalance your thoughts.

What’s your WFH style?
I want it to bring me joy and make me smile. I try things I wouldn’t normally wear in the office. Today, I’ve gone for a 90s-inspired look with lots of colour.

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Jon 
Creative Director

What does WFH look like for you?
The first couple of weeks were the hardest when the day didn’t seem to have boundaries. On the plus side, I’m hopeful I might be able to spend a little less time commuting on the other side of this.

Top tips for the times?
Everyone says it but it’s the routine. I set alarms to stand up and make a coffee. At least three times a week, I go for a bike ride – it’s my favourite thing to do (outside of snuggling with the kids).

What’s your WFH style?
I’ve had a thing for chore jackets for ages. This one’s a linen/cotton mix and feels like you’ve made an effort in a no-nonsense way. A grandad shirt is one of my go-tos and I always layer over a white tee.

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Guy 
Accounts Payable

What does WFH look like for you?
I’ve set up an area with a proper desk. Making a list of my priorities helps me to stay focused and crossing them off gives me a sense of achievement. I call colleagues for a quick catch up or to share skills.

Top tips for the times?
Get up, shower, dress smart and keep focused. Make a list of things to achieve each day. Tidying away your laptop at the end of the day helps keep things separate.

What’s your WFH style?
I look for something smart to psychologically prepare me for work but also relaxed with a natural fabric. I choose colours that suit me so that I look awesome and feel good about myself.

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