This week, I got an email from fashion brand, Theory, telling me how to 'dress from the waist up', and showcasing a series of really cool jackets and of course, the models were dressed beautifully waist down too, which is more than I can say for most of us now living life from the waist up.
I have to confess to a certain sense of freedom in not having to worry about matching tops and bottoms these days. Long as you look good from the waist, who cares, except when you forget you’re on screen and you get up to walk around – and we’ve seen many of those videos.
I am no fashionista but now, I have to think, will the top I am wearing clash with my wall colour? My painting? I got an email the other day from someone who was watching one of our WiT Virtuals and she wanted me to take a photo of one of my paintings because she could only see a part of it on screen.
That makes me wonder when money runs out from ordering all those expensive delivery meals, could I turn my wall into an art gallery and sell my paintings?
I now wish I have white walls because white goes with everything, and everyone I see on Zoom these days seems to have white walls or well-stocked bookcases behind them.
I suppose I could be like Kevin May, my comrade at Phocuswire, who always wears black – it goes well with his kids’ playroom-turned-home office, which is painted yellow and coral.
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