Off the Shoulder Inspiration

The idea of working from home is so thrilling sometimes, but it's not for everyone. I fortunately have the luxury of working from home one day a week, which is my choice because I would much rather go into an office than work from home. I feel more productive in an environment outside where I live. Plus, I don't feel the pressure of doing everything while I'm trying to work (take care of the kids, entertain the toddler by watching cartoons, cooking dinner, doing the laundry, cleaning up spills, changing diapers, and did I mention do my actual job that pays me an actual check?).

Don't get me wrong, I love my Thursdays when I work from home because I get up, drop #1 off at school and take #2 to speech therapy with #3  in tow, (try to) take calls, return emails, and then get home and work. It's awesome because I wear yoga pants and a top knot (although I confess I have a top knot almost every day, even at my job). But they say to be the most productive, you need to be dressed for the job you want -- whether you're at the office or at home. It's true. So maybe I secretly would love to work from home so I could wear one of these tops without feeling guilty because I wouldn't consider it 100% workplace appropriate (depending on where you work).

Exposed shoulders are so carefree. Maybe a nice blazer could hide it and make it work appropriate? Summer is coming and I think it would make it an easier transition from office to beach. Am I right?