If there’s one person you can trust to elevate your work-from-home experience, it’s Corporate Natalie. The TikToker has amassed a legion of followers for her hilarious takes on working in the corporate environment, particularly one relatable to the home-office-imposed millennial.
Just in time for cozy season, Corporate Natalie and LuluSimonStudio have teamed up for a capsule collection that will make your nine-to-five-from-home a little more special.
"I gave the direction of wanting super comfortable and good quality sets,” she says of the collaboration process. “After speaking with LuluSimonStudio over Zoom and learning that they were able to get this launched by the holidays, I was absolutely sold on working with the team."
The collection features two mugs, two laptop stickers, a notepad and two sweatshirt-short sets. Truly revel in the WFH lifestyle by sipping on coffee from a mug that reads “You’re on mute” (We’ve all been there!) or, for the real fans, “Because Corporate Natalie Told Me Too.” If you’re looking to expand your collection of leisure wear, opt for the “Let’s Circle Back” sweatshirt and matching shorts that come in red or white.
"I wanted to create the perfect set for working from home— maximum comfort yet cute enough for your boss to think you did in fact get dressed in the morning,” she said. “These sets are just that!"
Corporate Natalie’s humor and insight totally mirrors LuluSimonStudio’s mission to make available high quality, witty and bold apparel and accessories for all. The celebrity-loved brand (worn by the likes of Jenna Dewan and Jana Kramer) believes everyone should be able to express themselves in a unique way, and this new collection has done just that through the lens of the millennial-corporate experience.
Corporate Natalie first went viral on TikTok in November 2020 and found a loyal following by poking fun at Zoom formalities seen at every and any kind of office job. Since then, the tech industry worker has gone on to gain more than 10 million likes on the platform through her endless parodies of corporate America.