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Wednesday’s TPS Report: Belted V Neck Dress

Our daily TPS reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices.

DKNY Belted V Neck DressBloomingdale’s has a ton of great stuff on sale, but it’s lucky size time. For example: I’m in love with this black belted V-neck dress, even though I know there would probably be camisoles involved in wearing it to work. The draping, the faux leather obi belt, the front pleat — love it all. And get this: it was $345, but is now marked to $124 (size L only, alas). DKNY Belted V Neck Dress

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Splurge Monday’s TPS Report: DKNY Cap-Sleeve Scoopneck Dress

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DKNY Cap-Sleeve Scoopneck DressI’ve been ogling this beautiful scoopneck dress for a few weeks now — I love the pleat details at the shoulders and gathering at the waist, especially when paired with the scoopneck.  The red is a classic, and the whole dress has a timeless elegance.  It’s $245 at Saks Fifth Avenue. DKNY Cap-Sleeve Scoopneck Dress


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Coffee Break – DKNY Burnished Pleated Flower Large Hobo

DKNY Burnished Pleated Flower Large HoboI love the look of this burnished leather hobo from DKNY, available in burgundy (pictured, available at Zappos for $206.50), gray (also available at Zappos, for $221.25), green (available at Endless for $228.27 and Amazon for $202) and dark blue (available at Amazon for $177.) I like the pleats on the bag, the general size, the removable chain detailing as well as the “rosette charm.” Looks like a nice size in general, too. Note that most colors (except the gray) seem to be on the brink of selling out, so you may want to move quickly if you love it…

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Wednesday’s TPS Report: Surplice Knotted Wrap Dress

Our daily TPS reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices.

dkny surplice knotted wrap dressI am loving this simple dress from DKNY today — nice high neckline, ladylike length, made from natural fibers (wool) — it’s just kind of perfect.  Add to all that the fact that it is on sale and still available in sizes S, M, and L — lovely!  Was $195, now $136.65 at Bloomingdale’s (where the sale has now hit 60% off).  DKNY Surplice Knotted Wrap Dress


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Tuesday’s TPS Report: Knee Length Skirt

Our daily TPS reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices.

DKNY Knee Length SkirtFabulous skirt from DKNY — it’s a slight A-line with leather trim on the hip pockets and waist. I also love that ShopBop has styled it with black tights and shoes — what a great way to demonstrate navy and black together. For some reason, I’m seeing this with a crisp white shirt, perhaps tucked in and belted with a wide belt. The skirt is $175 at ShopBop.com. DKNY Knee Length Skirt


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Splurge Monday’s TPS Report: Wool-blend pencil dress

Our daily TPS reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices.

DKNY Wool-blend pencil dressFor reasons unbeknownst to us, we are suddenly seeing a lot of dresses with sleeves for sale. After an entire winter of everyone (including us) saying, why are there no dresses with sleeves, the fashion powers that be think we want to wear long-sleeved dresses for spring. Ah well. Today’s TPS is this lovely DKNY dress, which we’ve actually seen in person as well — the fabric is a great suiting material, and the cut is simple and work-appropriate.  It’s $325 at Net-a-Porter, still available in sizes 0, 4, 6, 12, 14.  Wool-blend pencil dress

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