As we're in the midst of the plague, I realized we didn't have this thread! So let's begin ... I've been WFH for the past two years, and for some months prior to that, 3 days a week. I also WFH in 2008-2009. Here's what I've learned ... Pajamas are not workwear, even when no one can see you. I don't have patience for putting on layers when I control the thermostat. I like knits--cashmere sweaters for the winter, silk/linen and the like for summer. I now have a collection of single-layer pieces that are camera-friendly. Solid black and white tops aren't very interesting on camera. I like a bold color, polka dot, or animal print or interesting detail like buttons or embroidery. Pants should be comfortable, comfortable enough to sleep in. I favor black or grey that go with everything. I have some grey ones that are elastic-waist trousers made from sweatshirt material (no elastic at the ankle). These should be nice enough to run errands. Loungewear is a good place to look for things that are super comfortable. I can always find something that looks like real clothes. I like to have lightweight socks for warmer weather, and also thin enough to fit under shoes for when I need to run an errand. Birkenstocks, ballet flats, and the like that slip on and off easily for a quick run to the cleaners, post office, grocery store, groomer, etc. What's working for you? If you're WFH for the first time, what have you needed to buy, or what are you missing?