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What we wear says a lot about us, too.
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Some relish not having to get dressed in the morning, others plump for stylish loungewear, or get on their glad-rags.
But what about YOUR quarantine wardrobe?
Clemmie Fieldsend names the isolation tribes, while Dawnn Karen, fashion psychologist and author of Dress Your Best Life, explains all.
The fitness fanatics
FOCUSED and fit? Always in your gym gear?
You kickstart your morning working out then drink a healthy shake or smoothie, get the kids up for their P.E. lesson and hammer through some work before taking your afternoon walk.
You are a practical cat, so when you have finished your exercise, you are still on the move doing jobs around the house.
Dawnn says: “Someone who is in gym attire values appearing fit.
“Lycra is their armour and dressing practically will inspire them to keep active at a time when gyms are closed.
“Keeping their workout gear on throughout the day helps them feel well even when there is a health crisis, which in turn helps them feel strong both physically and mentally.”
Buy some new leggings so you don’t need to have the washing machine on around the clock.
The loungewear ladies
IF you are sticking to laidback luxury and enjoying the opportunity to sit in comfort, this is the crew for you.
You are not fazed by the lockdown and have everything you need at home, from your favourite foods to activities for the kids.
You got ahead and got yourself organised.
Dawnn says: “Someone who wears loungewear is trying to quell their anxiety by dressing for comfort. In essence, they want to comfort themselves.
“This is mood-illustration dress, where someone’s clothes help to stabilise the way they feel.
“Oversized attire serves as a comfort blanket.”
Get in sync with the laidback look in a new two-piece for stylish relaxation.
The glam squad
WON’T let your high standards slip in strange times? Then you are part of this gang.
You are ready for anything, be it a supermarket trip, a spontaneous FaceTime session or a disco in your kitchen.
You feel better dressed up with lippy, a sexy dress, even heels.
Dawnn says: “Glam queens are using mood-enhancement dress to lift their spirits.
"They want to feel sexy, feminine and regal in the quarantine by wearing glam frocks at home.”
Look to high-street favourite Zara for a bit of glamour.
The pyjama party
WHY get dressed if nobody will see you? PJs aren’t just for sleep.
Stockpiling isn’t for you. When the rations get low, you get takeout.
You live in comfort, a home bird who loves a FaceTime pyjama party with pals and a glass of wine. You might stretch to a flick of mascara but otherwise you are back to basics.
Dawnn says: “Relishing in this new normal, the novelty of quarantine is still there for you.
“Wearing nightwear as daywear and turning everything on its head illustrates that your mood is all over the place too.
“It’s an odd time. Most of us are anxious and your pyjama party reflects this.”
Look to the supermarkets for cosy pyjama staples and order in a new set for added feel-good vibes.
The carry on club
NO rest for the wicked . . . and it is business as usual as you keep calm and carry on.
You like to keep busy and dressing is an important part of your morning routine.
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You might have kids to entertain, a pile of washing to sort out or a conference call to join but your no-frills outfit will get the job done.
Dawnn says: “This is another example of mood-enhancement dressing. By getting into your usual outfits, you are trying to lift yourself into normality.
“You value routine and aren’t going to let your appearance slide during this surreal time.
“Dressing for the task at hand motivates you.”
Your go-to is a loose throw-it-on dress, so give Dorothy Perkins a try.
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