In fairness devices have helped them keep connected to friends and have been a godsend for all the educational apps required to keep up with the national curriculum.
Where possible timings, (clocks springing forward put paid to early rises) and standards have been maintained; getting dressed, teeth and hair brushed, beds made and curtains opened are precursors for the lessons ahead. However they don’t wear uniform, like a head at a very successful school had suggested; I need to pick my battles wisely when we’re all in a lockdown scenario!
However if you have the time, energy and inclination to sort your wardrobe out in these unprecedented times I’d recommend you apply my five lockdown style steps for making your wardrobe work better for you.
Step 2) Curate your current wardrobe
Step 3) Outfit build
Step 4) Buy the best you can afford and/or buy what you love
Step 5) Create a shopping list
Step 1) Identify your daily uniform
To help with Step 1 set aside fifteen minutes for research. Look over your phone photo gallery; what items do you wear the most, which outfits do you prefer? Are you more at home in casual separates, do you like a dress, or more tailored clothing? If you're familiar with my blog you'll know I'm definitley a jeans girl and love quality accessories. Add a tailored jacket or coat and that sums up my daily uniform.
I'll leave you with that 'mini project for now and I'll be back next week with more detail on my lockdown style steps. For now stay home, keep safe, and thanks for stopping by.