I'm not a huge fan of clothes - I'm not a nudist or anything but, well, sometimes it gets very hot here in Oz and other times I just feel more comfortable either in underwear or pyjamas. Now because I work from home there's no 'uniform' I have to put on in the morning and if I wander around the house all day in my pj's or my underwear there's no one but the cat and dog around to see.
Except for those times when I get caught out. My friends and family are used to my habits of only ever being partially dressed when I'm at home and even though I don't quite have the body of Elle Macpherson it doesn't bother them when they drop in to catch me in my usual state of partial undress. And I'm not completely oblivious to the rules of society - when they drop in I'll usually throw on a bathrobe - still not really 'acceptable' but good enough for those folks who know me well.
This is why I'm also not a big fan of door to door salespeople. You can't really meet the Jehovah's Witnesses or the electric company salesguy dressed in your pj's, underwear or a bathrobe. And this is where working from home can become a very big con - when someone knocks at the door unexpectedly you have to leave them standing there for the time it takes to throw on a pair of shorts and a t-shirt. Much, much worse than that though are the times when I'm expecting my sister or one of my friend's to be calling in and answer the door only to find some guy trying to sell me the latest vacuum cleaner, embarrassing for both of us and unfortunately true.
So while it's great being able to work from home, making my own hours and coffee and snacks on tap, it also has a downside. One, admittedly that I've created for myself but still a downside nonetheless. The way I see it my only real solution to the problem is either to start wearing clothes - boring, or install a peephole and check before I open the door. :)