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Wednesday, June 16, 2021

The four types of isolation style

Isolate in comfort and style with the perfect outfit to #stayhome. Here is Canberra Weekly’s edit of the four outfits you’ll need for isolation.

The Netflix binge

Settling in to binge-watch your new favourite show? Don’t feel guilty! It’s one of the safest things you can do to ensure you’re not breaking any isolation rules while simultaneously helping to save the world from the haven of your home. (We’ve already binged on The Tiger King – bizarre – and Unorthodox – moving.) With the cooler weather here, you want to be comfy and cosy for the duration of your streaming session. And why not use some of that time to invest in a nourishing facemask your skin will thank you for.

The 9am video meeting

If you’re fortunate enough to still have a job, chances are you’re doing more of your work remotely. And even if you’re not going into the workplace, it’s important to keep up appearances, especially when on video calls with clients, colleagues – and the boss! Signal that it’s business up top with a stylish headband to keep iso-hair in check and a slick of tinted moisturiser, while nobody will see your chic trackie-daks under the desk.

The socially-distant dog walk

It’s important for your physical and mental health to spend some time outside in the fresh air – both for you and your four-legged furry friend, if you have one. It’s equally important to maintain social distancing – 1.5m – while exercising outdoors (remember, clockwise is COVID-wise when moving around Lake Burley Griffin). And if you want to look good while out walking, try these on for size …

The Friday night food pick-up

So, we can’t eat out on Friday nights, but we can still support local eateries by ordering our favourite meals as takeaway or delivery. Look good while picking up your order – and look forward to the day you can safely dine-in at your preferred spots once more. Cheers to that!

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