Setting Up Your Camera\nBefore thinking about what to wear during your meetings, use your camera to look at yourself. This will help you see how you appear on-screen and what your surroundings and video background look like. This also allows you to determine the best placement for your device. Try set yourself up near a window so that you are letting some natural light in. Don’t forget to adjust your camera so you are not too close or too far away from it.\n \nWhat to Wear When Video Conferencing\nAlthough video meetings are generally more casual then what is expected in the office, it is still a good idea to get out of sweats and show that you have made the effort for the day. It also a great way to stay motivated as you are separating your professional self from your at-home self. \nWhen purchasing a shirt, go for a smart-casual style that offers comfort and ease. A brushed casual shirt is a great option for keeping warm and comfortable at home, while still showing that you are ready for a workday. Another option is an easy-care shirt. Our easy-care range is a breeze to maintain and less prone to wrinkling, meaning you don’t need to worry about ironing it before a meeting or after a day of zoom calls.\n \n\n \nThe half zip knit is the perfect style that sits between work and home. The knit allows you to be comfortable while appearing professional. Add a pop of colour to look brighter and more positive.\n \n \nLayering a basic tee with an open button-up shirt can be a great way to maintain a casual yet put-together aesthetic. We suggest a crew neck T-shirt or long sleeve and check button-up. \nHow we dress not only affects how others perceive us but how we feel about ourselves. Sticking to a routine of practising personal hygiene and getting dressed for work will help you stay motivated and productive while at home. \n \n\n \n Shop our Home Essentials collection for all your at-home comfort style.