Whether you're looking at it as another week down or another weekend on the horizon, it's nice to know that time itself has not stopped despite the fact that our nation has been on pause for months.
Last weekend, we received some much-needed inspiration from our stylist friends who reminded us of the power of getting dressed, even when there's nowhere to go. Despite not being anywhere near a body of water right now, I was motivated enough to press purchase on a few on-sale bathing suits and hook up the lawn sprinkler for a makeshift oasis. This weekend, however, I'll be looking for an upgrade.
Luckily, our Who What Wear editors and staffers are always in the know when it comes to ways to mix up your weekend routine. Keep reading to discover the new books on their radar, old favorites to re-watch, unexpected summer wardrobe staples, and of course, ways to support our communities.
And if you are an essential worker or can't stay home for whatever reason, we see you, support you, and we thank you for doing your part to keep making another weekend possible.
Keep scrolling to read all about Who What Wear's weekend plans, and then post yours by tagging @whowhatwear on your Instagram stories. We love sharing our ideas with our readers and are always inspired when you share yours.
"Ozark. I convinced my husband to watch with me, I don't know why it took so long!" — Stellick
"One of the films that Hedi Slimane curated and made available for free to watch. The movies Laurence Anyways, Night Tide, Charade, and Le Cercle Rouge are available in the U.S., and most of them are from the '60s and '70s." — Collings
"Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb. It's a page-turning book that reads like a novel, but you’ll walk away with a pocket full of the life-changing wisdom nuggets that they teach in therapy." — Collings
"Audre Lorde's collection of speeches and essays called Sister Outsider. In light of current and ongoing events, I want to make a more conscious effort to expand my vocabulary and knowledge on race and power. I feel like we all need to." — Aman