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Thinking about how we’re dressing and shopping during this time of working from home, we’ve turned to bicoastal influencer and longtime Bernardo collaborator @charmedbycamille for her recommendations. Because influencers were some of the original WFH pioneers, we virtual chatted with Camille to see how she’s dressing and shopping during these #togetherathome times.

#1. Tie-Dye Sweatpants/Sweatshirt (or both!)

Tie-dye is a major spring trend and since you can't go outside, you may as well rock the trend at home!

#2. Essential Oils

I know it’s not apparel but it’s still essential. Smells have a way of lifting and calming the brain. I like to diffuse citrus and crisp essential oils during the day to help me focus, and then lavender essential oil at night to help me fall asleep.

#3. A Cute, Goes-With-Anything (Bernardo!) Coat

My husband and I make sure we get some fresh air by going on a walk before dinner or walking to our local coffee shop to support our favorite local businesses. I look forward to this time because it allows us to get out of the house and makes what's normally mundane feel extra special.

#4. A Little White Dress

Buy one now and save for your postponed beach vacation; it'll be that much more special when traveling safely returns to our cultural imagination!

#5. A Cozy Fashion Sweatshirt

Wear it as many days in a row as you want now, then turn it into your go-to piece for your airport uniform once our fashion needs change and dressing up returns to daily life!

DM us at @bernardo_outerwear and tell us what you’ve been wearing or buying, and be sure to check out Camille's latest posts on her blog, we promise they won't disappoint!

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