The Work Label Blog

  • 4 Things To Look For In An Ideal Work From Home Outfit

    Our lives are tethered to the internet now more than ever before. While people have started unlocking new routines to cope better with the current COVID-19 scenario and finally gotten down to accept and enjoy their new work-home setup, many folks are left feeling confused about how to strike the right balance.
  • 4 Work From Home Looks To Keep You Chic And Comfortable

    Call it lounge-wear to lay around in all day that doubles up as work-wear for these Work-from-home days or the other way around, this major shift in people’s wardrobes and sensibilities is dictating the new trends in fashion and style in 2020. The trend is picking up fast as working from home gains momentum and people are settling right in and looking for comfort as the number one feature in a sound piece of clothing.
  • Yogmaya Pradeep “On Balance”

    That title is inspired by a lovely book recommendation by Yogmaya Pradeep herself. When you go about stalking India’s first legal trivia host and one of the youngest female lawyers to start a law firm at the age of 25, you do it right! It’s about who we look up to, women who inspire and empower. We’re proud to have gotten the chance to know and style one of the most self-empowered women in Bangalore. 
  • Be WFH-Ready With These Stress-Busters

    With the coming of the crisis, people have been confined to their homes. While most of us may love the idea of striking a perfect work-life balance equation and more than agree with the flexibility that comes with the new normal of working from home, there’s a big chance that it didn’t actually play out that way for many women who suddenly find themselves adjusting to their new rather intrusive schedule consisting of home responsibilities, topped off with strict work deadlines - adding to the mounting stress.

  • Mind the Gap !

    Crisp cotton shirts are the epitome of formal work wear - they go well with trousers and skirts. But the one thing I dread is the peeping gap between the buttons! It was especially a problem with shirts that weren't tailored to my measure and only fit me just decently. I would try to find some temporary solutions for it - I would carry safety pins with me and the button line of my shirts were lined with safety pins or fashion tape. They would work but also ruin my shirts!
  • Beginning of our journey

    The journey of a thousand miles sometimes begins with a stumble. It was a rather hectic day at work for me and I left my desk in a hurry to quickly grab lunch with my colleague. She left her mobile phone on the desk and in hindsight I could have done the same as I did many times (because our trouser pockets weren’t deep enough to hold them properly).