Tips on how to make business and comfy clothes work together

ABC News' Becky Worley shares different work-from-home looks that look professional but are also comfortable.
3:15 | 01/25/21

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Now to our series make work from home work for you. In the beginning of the pandemic many people working from home were sporting ultra atlleisure wear. Becky Worley has some tips for making business and casual work together. Good morning, Becky. Reporter: Good morning, robin. You're so right, we're in the marathon phase of work from home. So, now, what does it mean look and feel professional remotely? Hey, everybody. Reporter: What do you wear for zoom calls? Initially centered on sweatpants, hoodies. Now there's a shift. Comfy but professional. What do we call this look right now? Zoom chic. We asked three professionals who used to dressed up how they adapted. Very business formal, blazers, dresses -- Reporter: Then the pandemic Comfort came first. Reporter: Now her covid 2.0 attire more professional. I can invest in sweater pieces and diversifying it with earrings. Reporter: She's employing the mull et philosophy on zoom fashion. Business on top. Structured top and earrings. Boom, for Patrice Kelly who works in finance, her evolution has been more structured. Before covid -- I would a dress and heels or a skirt. Reporter: While she went for comfort early on, she had an epiphany. I was too comfortable to work and be productive, I went on and wearing jeans every day on the and dressing up a little bit on the top. I won't have my headset. I tuck it behind. More fashionable. Reporter: Not just women. A meteorologist at a affiliate in San Francisco who's now doing his reports from home. The longer I stayed home, got more casual, the tie was gone. We started to get bits of the sweaters. Reporter: Don't forge the shorts and slippers. Never forget the slippers. Becky, you've been working from home even before the pandemic, give us the dos and don'ts. For one, video calls are all about the silhouette you project, big ruffles or angular shoulders that may not work in two dimensionals. A sure winner -- jewel tones, these emeralds, sapphires, they're really rich but they pop. I always wear my leggings and my uggs when I'm returning. You have uggs on right now? You're not going to show us. There's proof in the pudding. Nice extension, too. You stuck the landing. Thank you, Becky.

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