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What Cass Wore to Work from Home for a Week

A second-hand wardrobe to inspire.
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Thrifted Free People Oversized Tunic (similar here) that is one of my most worn pieces and Vintage Levi's Shorts

Thrifted Free People Oversized Tunic (similar here) that is one of my most worn pieces and Vintage Levi's Shorts

I can't lie, I've shamelessly gone a few days in the same sweats. The only time I really change is when I have a call with the Marketing team (after all, they're the only humans who get to see me). Contributing to this series was exactly the push I needed to put on real clothes. It can be really hard to find the motivation to dress up when you aren't leaving your home, but I highly recommend it if you're looking to refresh your routine a little. There may not be anyone there to appreciate your outfit but doesn't mean you can't be the one to revel in how great you look! When you come back to your closet after not dressing up for some time, suddenly you see everything in a new light. I'm very proud of the fact that my wardrobe is almost entirely composed of vintage and secondhand pieces. Unfortunately that means I may not be able to link you to exact pieces, but I hope it provides some inspiration for all the fun things you can discover when shopping secondhand. 

Vintage top (similar here) and linen pants (similar here)

Vintage top (similar here) and linen pants (similar here)

Dress I made using this tutorial and deadstock fabric.

Dress I made using this tutorial and deadstock fabric.

Vince Sleeveless Dress (similar here)

Vince Sleeveless Dress (similar here)

Vintage Max Studio Wrap Dress (similar here)

Vintage Max Studio Wrap Dress (similar here)

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