Playing dress up at home has never been this therapeutic

by Her World  /   June 11, 2020

All dressed up with nowhere to go? That’s perfectly fine


If therapy is a way of checking in with oneself in a non-judgmental kinda way, then it is a form of self-care. That would make fashion therapy a kind of healing for those who love fashion.

With the state that the world is in now, we can enjoy the luxury of being safe at home. So why not indulge in some fashion therapy and play dress up to feel human again.

And for those of us who are still working from home (perhaps this could be the new norm for many of us even in months to come), why not do so in a stylish and comfortable fashion?

Tweed blazer, $750, and Remedy leather bag, $460, Kate Spade New York.
Sunglasses, model’s own

Cotton dress, Onitsuka Tiger. Sunny crystal earrings, $199, Swarovski

Capucines BB Taurillon leather and plexiglass handle bag, $7,150, Louis Vuitton

Crepe blazer, $950, lace camisole, $330, and crepe pants, $830, Tory Burch.
Metal micro bag, $1,050, and nylon Cardinale pumps, $3,300, Dolce & Gabbana

Leather tube top, leather belt, cotton pants, and 30 Montaigne calfskin bag,
$5,300, Dior

Silk crepe de chine shirt dress, acetate sunglasses, and Pocket canvas and leather bag, $1,750, Burberry

Medium Chain Maillon Triomphe calfskin bag, $4,150, Celine

Mixed materials short necklace, $245, and polyester scarves, $125 each, Bimba Y Lola

Silk blouse, wool knit vest, wool A-line wrap skirt, $3,750, epi leather Twist bag, $4,400, and rubber boots, Louis Vuitton

Cashmere belted coat, $3,100, Small Balloon leather bag (ecru), $3,100, and
Small Balloon leather bag (topaz), $3,500, Loewe

Gucci 1955 Horsebit Small suede and leather bag, $3,390, Gucci

Cotton crochet dress, $12,500, Claude calfskin boots, $2,850, straw hat, $1,300, and Small Triomphe canvas drawstring bag, $1,400, Celine

This article was first published in Her World’s June 2020 issue.