Stay-at-Home Style with Emory Bee | Neighborhood Goods

Stay-at-Home Style with Emory Bee

Written By: Devin Williams-McCrary

Published on March 24, 2020

As tempting as it is to stay in your favorite worn-in sweatpants every day during these self-quarantining times, even making the small commitment to putting on something fresh can keep your spirits up and stress levels down. Our favorite mother-daughter founding duo of Emory Bee, were on speed dial for a conversation about staying sane while weathering the great indoors. They are known for their high quality, low impact clothing and clearly have a thing or two to teach us about juggling tasks in style. Here are Emory Bee’s tips for staying productive in these less structured times.

Put on something fresh: Spring style has taken on a whole new meaning. Stay-at-home style means doing your best to change out of what you wore to bed the night beforeand into something fresh. What you wear on the outside can often influence your mental clarity and confidence on the inside.

Do some spring cleaning: Now is a perfect time to clean out your closet and donate the clothes that haven’t seen the light of day. If extra cash could come in useful right now and you are looking for a side hustle, sell your goodies on Thread Up, Poshmark, The Real Real or Depop.

Make thoughtful purchases: Online shopping can be as fun as the in-person experience. Invest in classic quality garments that will last for years to come rather than trends that end up in the back of your closet and eventually in the 'donate' pile.


Emory Bee put together a kit to inspire you to be a luxe lounging goddess that gets things done. Cleaning out your closet or catching up on emails- whatever is on your to do list, they handpicked these NG items to support you with whatever’s on your plate.

Emory Bee’s Stay-at-Home Starter Pack:

Emory Bee Resort Robe Coat - $395

Silky robe coat with shawl collar, a detachable tie belt at the waist and generous faux fur-trimmed sleeves.

L’or de Seraphine Aurora Candle - $18

The Aurora candle by L'or de Seraphine is infused with essential oils, and features notes of almond, vanilla, and orchid.

Maude Bath Soak - $18

Promotes body detoxification. Blended with their scent no. 1 which contains notes of amber, cedar leaf, clove, lemongrass, medjool date, and tonka bean

Colleen Rothschild Hand Cream - $28

Colleen Rothschild's Restorative Hand Cream soothes dry, chapped, cracked hands and leaves skin with a velvety-smooth finish.

Ettitude Sheets - $198

Ettitude's proprietary, eco-friendly CleanBamboo™ sheets feel as luxe as they look. They play it smooth and keep their cool all night, and keep things clean and cruelty-free with 100% organic bamboo.

Caddis Glasses - $89

Classic Bixby frames are created from handcrafted acetate designs for fit, function, and durability.

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