Working hard? Or hardly working?👖

by Jaclyn McCabe March 24, 2020


How are you adjusting to this new way of living?

I know I've been rocking a strong jumpsuit game with my elastic waist pants not far behind. And yet, there's no rule stating we can't be cute and comfortable. That's why, I put together an exclusive collection of jumpsuits, stretchy pants, super soft tees, and easy dresses perfect for working from home. 

Don't forget, everything is 20% off + free shipping!

(No code needed, the discount will be taken automatically at checkout.)

Work From Home Self-Care Tips

  • Take a shower and put on something comfy and cute. Getting out of your pajamas and putting on clean clothes just makes you feel better.

  • Have a designated workplace that's not your bed or sofa. It can be as simple as the kitchen table.

  • Find a chair that doesn't hurt your back or bottom. 

  • Make a schedule. Give yourself plenty of space to move things around as your day shifts. 

  • Limit screentime and take breaks often. Something as simple as a stretch or a walk around the block will give your eyes some rest from the blue lights. 

  • Pause for lunch. Take the time to make yourself something you enjoy. It doesn't need to be fancy, just yummy. 

  • Manage your expectations. Not every day is going to be your best — no need to add beating yourself up to the to-do list. 

  • Be gentle on yourself as you adjust to a new way of working. 

  • And also, be gentle to the irritated co-worker on the zoom call. They are also adjusting to a new way of working. 

  • Have fun and enjoy your independence.


Jaclyn McCabe
Jaclyn McCabe


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Size Chart

Clothing Chart

How to Measure

Measure around your body under your arms and over the fullest part of your bust.

Measure around your body at your natural waistline. Keep the measuring tape comfortably loose.

Measure around the fullest part of your hips, placing the tape around midway between your crotch and belly button.

Take a pair of pants that fit you well and lay them flat. Measure the distance along the inner seam between the crotch and the hem.


Bra - How to Measure

Step 1: Measure your band size.

With your bra on, measure firmly around your rib cage, underneath your breast. The measuring tape should be parallel with the ground. Please reference chart below for band measurements.

Step 2: Measure your cup size.

With your bra on, measure the fullest part of your bust. This works best with a non-padded bra. Make sure the tape is taut and straight. 

Step 3: Calculate your bra size.

Subtract your band measurement from your cup measurement. Generally, for each inch in difference, the cup goes up by one size.
Range 29"–32" 33"–34" 35"–39" 39"–41" 42"–43" 44"–45"
Size 34 36 38 40 42 44


Step 1: 33" = 36 Band

Step 2: 38"

Step 3: 38" - 33" = 5", which is an E cup size in Prima Donna or DD in Elomi

Step 4: Refer to Sister size chart to see equivalent cup sizes by brand

All sizes are UK SIZE

Sister Size Chart

PrimaDonna Elomi