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Wednesday’s Workwear Report: Aberdeen Knit Blazer

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This bright, happy, yellow blazer is from Talbots. It’s not machine washable, unfortunately, but it does have a fun anchor-print lining and a contrast undercollar, and the knit fabric gives it a comfortable but tailored fit. All the colors (including a very nice “soft blush”) are on sale for $119 except for black, which is full price at $159. It’s got a lot of great reviews and comes in four size ranges: misses (0-20), petites, woman (12W-24W), and woman petites. Aberdeen Knit Blazer

Psst: Brooks Brothers has a killer selection of items 80% off right now — tons of shoes and bags marked from, for example, $698 down to $139. Lots of skinny belts marked to $10 and up; this purple belt was $298 and is now $58. I’m less impressed with the markdowns on the clothes, but if you’re a fan of twinsets this one is lovely.

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Tuesday’s Workwear Report: Feline Peplum Cardigan

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This lovely peplum cardigan from Hugo Boss has been around for years — it’s really become a bestseller of theirs — but we’ve never featured it by itself. Nordstrom has it in gray and “tropical blossom” (a pastel orange-y shade), and Bloomingdale’s has it in navy as well. I really like the fitted shape and the single-hook closure, and in general I like the wool/nylon/elastane blend for a cardigan. I think it looks sophisticated and also flattering for work. The cardigan is available in sizes XS-XL and is $255. Feline Peplum Cardigan

Here’s a peplum cardigan from Classiques Entier with a slightly lower price.

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Splurge Monday Workwear Report: Double-Breasted Cotton-Blend Tweed Blazer

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Oooh: I love this double-breasted blazer, and that’s saying a lot since I usually hate anything double-breasted (and beige). The collarless blazer looks both modern and vintage at the same time, like you could picture Blake Lively and Kate Hepburn wearing it — and I like the texture to the cotton blend. It’s $750 at Net-a-Porter. Double-Breasted Cotton-Blend Tweed Blazer

Two lower-priced options are here and here.

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Frugal Friday’s Workwear Report: 7th Avenue Split-Neck Popover Blouse

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New York & Company has a bunch of these split-neck blouses right now, and they’re all very highly reviewed. This floral one is really pretty, and I think it’s wearable underneath suits, and with trousers, etc. — there are a lot of different options. They’re all machine washable and around $30. This one’s on sale for $24.97. Pictured: 7th Avenue Split-Neck Floral Popover Blouse

Here’s a plus-size option at Nordstrom.

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Thursday’s Workwear Report: Lace Short-Sleeve Jacket

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We’ve talked before about whether or not short-sleeve jackets are a yea or nay for work. I’m normally opposed to them, but this one could be a good look, depending on the rest of your outfit. The cap sleeves here make a big difference, and I like the round neck, the grosgrain ribbon detail, and the pleated but fitted look. I’d wear this with ankle pants, full trousers, or pencil skirts — there are a lot of options. In in-between weather, underneath it you could wear a very lightweight shirt with elbow-length or bracelet-length sleeves. It comes in sizes 2-12 at Nine West for $53 on sale. Nine West Lace Short-Sleeve Jacket

There don’t seem to be tons of options in plus sizes, but here’s one that’s part of a skirt suit from Tahari ASL.

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Wednesday’s Workwear Report: V-Neck Sheath Dress

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This dress, it pains me to say, doesn’t come in a more neutral color than magenta — but it’s a great dress if you’re OK with wearing magenta to work. I love the darts at the neckline and the seams down the front of the dress. (It does have an exposed zipper, but so it goes.) It’s $128 at Dillard’s in sizes 6-16, and it’s also at Lord & Taylor and Zappos, and at Amazon in lucky petite sizes. Tahari ASL V-Neck Sheath Dress

Here’s a plus-size option that comes in green and black.

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