The Work-From-Home Wardrobe

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The Work-From-Home Wardrobe

Episode 87–The Work-From-Home Wardrobe


Although the pandemic is ending and things are starting to go back to normal, the work-from-home wardrobe will be an important skill to perfect, since working from home is not going anywhere. It may actually be the new normal. 

The Working Woman Radio Show sat down with Adrianna Cauthen, our favorite resident fashionista, to talk about the work-from-home wardrobe.

Adrianna shares that one of the biggest challenges of creating a good work-from-home wardrobe is finding the right balance between comfort and style. 

Adrianna also talks about the importance of hair and makeup and gives tips on how to create a more polished look.







The Work-From-Home WardrobeMore About Adrianna Cauthen

Adrianna is a 13-year classically trained pianist. As an accomplished pianist, she has performed numerous times and won several music awards. 

In addition to her musical accomplishments, Adrianna also loves to bake, upcycle clothing to create new fashions, spend time with her dog, Carolina, and is the host of two YouTube channels, ‘Cooking at the Cauthens’ and ‘The Elevate Talk Show’.

Adrianna is a junior at Clayton State University in Atlanta, Georgia, where she has been accepted into the Honors Program and is pursuing a degree in music performance. 


Helpful Resources


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Work-From-Home Wardrobe Essentials

Working from home for the first time is a major adjustment, but it has its perks—including no dress code. The flexibility to choose your wardrobe can be both freeing and a bit overwhelming.

To read the article in its entirety, visit Nordstrom Trunk Club.






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When You Both Work From Home

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When You Both Work From HomeEpisode 31–When You Both From Home: Navigating the New Normal 


When you both work from home life can get a little crazy, but with the Coronavirus pandemic, couples working from home is the new normal.

For our family,  our daughter who is in college, is doing her coursework online from home, as well.

Although some of the states around the country, including Georgia where I live, are allowing businesses to open back up. However, the virus is still spreading, and people are still dying.  I don’t know about you, but our family plans to continue working from home for a while.  As I talk to people, I’m hearing that a lot of other people are planning on doing the same thing, so this is our new normal, at least for now.

With everyone working from home, there are bound to be, at least, a few problems, so I want to share some tips that can be used to make the experience less of a hardship on everybody.

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It’s becoming increasingly common for those in dual-earner households to be working from home. Though this might sound ideal, having two professionals working remotely together day in and day out—and not necessarily on the same type of work—doesn’t always lead to a harmonious union. To read more, click the link above.


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You Both Work From Home–Now What?

I work from home, and early in one relationship, I always felt guilty for working after my boyfriend came home from his 9-to-6 job. When he started freelancing on the side, some of our evenings and weekends became coworking sessions—a big win for me because typically my cat is my only coworker.  To read more of the article, click the link above.