Pants or No Pants? How Your Home Outfit Impacts Your Mood

Happy woman listening to headphones while holding coffee cup at home

Now that many Americans are working from home office fashion has taken a turn. An article in the Wall Street Journal helped develop the new term, “business mullet,” which is normal business attire up top and party below.

With increasing video calls, many have opted for a collared shirt of office-appropriate blouse and may sport shorts, sweats or yoga pants on the bottom.

It is worth pointing out that how you dress, even during quarantine, can change your attitude and puts you in a different mindstate. 

Not only can putting on “work clothes” help signal that it is no longer rest time, what we wear can affect our identity.

Clothing definitely has an effect on our mood, and getting “dressed up” puts you in a different headspace. Even adding jewelry can make a difference.

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