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Totally agree with you. Personally I'll always wear shirt and trousers to work regardless of the dress code. It seems to put me into 'work mode' leaving casual wear to provide me with a disconnect from work for evenings and weekends.
I find this approach to be even more important when I'm working from home. My Son seems to respect the 'do not disturb daddy' when I'm in formal wear.
I hadn't thought about it in the context of working from home. Makes total sense - gives you that physical cue to switch between 'work mode' and 'home mode'