All Dressed Up And Nowhere To Go. Volume 1.1 - En Route

All Dressed Up And Nowhere To Go. Volume 1.1

Life is a runway, even if you #werkitfromhome

We are back with today’s rendition of #werkitfromhome style Volume 1.1.

We may all still be confined to our own four walls and swapping face meetings to FaceTime, however, don’t let that stop you from making your working from home style the most exciting part of your day.

So feast your eyes on these caught in the wild favourites as this is a lesson in real style by real women. 

In case you missed it, visit Volume 1.0 here

A common fixture in the wardrobes of the modern Australian women is the beloved Trench Coat. An easy to find, easy to wear staple that is both practical and polished. 

Take it from Belinda Liana and pair yours with your comfiest denim, a dad sneaker and pretend like you’ve actually got to be somewhere when in fact you’ve just got to #werkitfromhome.


Wide Jeans



Windsor Smtith



Trench Coat


This is one of the more comfy looks I’ve encountered in my daily hunt for rare and untamed #werkitfromhome looks.

This soft and fuzzy little creature is a two-piece look I can get around c/o Eloise Jaksic. 

Nude Lucy

Crop Sweater

Nude Lucy

Cropper Tee

Nude Lucy


New Balance

247 Sneakers


Today I caught a rare and exciting glimpse at this Australian native staple, the elusive Ugg Boot.

It’s not often we’re treated to such an up-close and intimate moment with the Ugg Boot as they much prefer the deep confines of one’s wardrobe, however, the times are changing and with it so has the secretive nature of the Ugg Boot who is now comfortable seeing the light of day courtesy of Steph Claire Smith’s #werkitfromhome style. 


Spell & The Gypsy

Knit Jumper


Lara Skirt

Ugg Boots

Button Boot

Soda Shades



The Owner and Founder of MARAIS Enterprises, Hiromi Yu is showing us how it’s done with her #werkitfromhome style. 

Not afraid to be bold, this style chameleon is yet to add her winter coat and instead has chosen to opt for a strapless trench coat and knee-high boot look courtesy of MARAIS Boutique.


Trench Coat Dress

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Claude Knee-High Boot

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Linda Farrow

Aviator Sunglasses

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The sun-worshipping and alluring #werkitfromhome style of Dina Broadhurst reminds me of the Euro-holiday none of us are having in 2020.

Taken from inside her natural habitat; the Casa in the sky, this is home office style best worn with bare feet and a cold glass of Pinot Grigio.  


Nougat Dress

Cellar Masters

Pinot Grigio


The mirror selfies and #werkitfromhome style from this creative in the wild are as minimalistic and pure as you would expect from Jessica at The Eve

Another no-fail uniform guide I approve of. 

Rowie The Label


Holly Ryan

Hoop Earrings


Skinny Jeans


Now, I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Megan Hess and there is not a doubt in my mind that this is the actual #werkitfromhome look Megan is sporting.

It’s every bit as majestic and feminine as you would expect from such a regal creature. 

poca & poca

Look 25




Where do I begin with you Madison Lloyd?

I’ll start by saying this social butterfly is commonly found frequenting the Eastern Suburbs as her habitat of choice and this seasonal look is uncommon for the slip dress-wearing Queen of The East.

I calculate this combination of half lounge/half activewear + the anxiety pocket snack = comfort levels 100. 


Long Cardigan




Black Fluffy Slides


Dark Chocolate


This beauty also shares the Eastern Suburbs as her native habitat and sports a classic animal print/denim combo that perfectly enhances her blonde mane. 

It’s an effortless yet undone combination I recommend considering for future #werkitfromhome options c/o Emma Smithson


Classic Crop Jean


Leopard print shirt

Sarah & Sebastian

Coil Ring



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