I loved this: “I’m trying to make working from home as fun as I can” — what readers are wearing in lockdown.

This photo series is fantastic too: “With pyjamas and tracksuits becoming the lockdown look, photographer Robin Sinha invited residents of his home street in Walthamstow to put on their Sunday best and imagine they had a special occasion to attend.”

At Refinery29, Christine Barberich is making the case for wearing house dresses exclusively during lockdown.

11 women share their lockdown beauty regimens.

The Psychology of Wearing Make-Up When No One Can See You was an interesting read.

As was How the Pandemic Changed The Way These 5 Women Look at Their Skin.

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Nuancedream enjoyed this video of models remembering what it was like to walk a Halston show. She adds: “I always loved Halston’s 1970s fashion collections. Part of what made his clothes so special were the models like Chris Royer, Pat Cleveland and Alva Chinn. I think his designs were empowering to women and still look modern today.”

Suntiger directs us to this article about how hobbies from period dramas, like embroidery and knitting, got cool again.

Runcarla loved this: British Columbia seniors beat boredom by recreating famous paintings featuring themselves.

Shevia objects to this categorization of her favourite style of bag — the crossbody — and wonders what everyone else thinks.

Merewether thought this was interesting: a map of “The Poor Credit Mall” to graphically illustrate which retailers are in trouble.

La Belle Demimondaine thinks this YouTube video series by Alyona has the clearest explanation of Kibbe body types she has ever seen, and she uses contemporary women to illustrate the types.