Something on your mind? Chat about it here. Readers recently recommended The Hating Game by Sally Thorne, and I read it and really loved it! It was very funny — as the publisher describes it, it’s “a hilarious and sexy workplace comedy all about that thin, fine line between hate and love.” (If you like … Read More about Holiday Weekend Open Thread
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Like these posts? Follow us on Twitter or Facebook — this is the edited version of what we’re reading! You can also follow us on Pinterest and Instagram, or via our RSS feed. Business Insider provided five work bag startups, including Senreve, the designer of this purple number, the Maestra (available in several colors). Business Insider also shared five workwear options … Read More about Weekly News Update
The below content is about the 2018 Nordstrom Half-Yearly Sale. Our daily workwear reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices. Gibson has a new collaboration with the blogger behind Living in Yellow, and the collection mostly looks like really fun weekend pieces. However, this crossover tunic would look good either with … Read More about Frugal Thursday’s Workwear Report: x Living in Yellow Erin Crossover Tunic
2019 Update: The Nordstrom Half-Yearly Sale has started — check out all our workwear advice and roundups to make the most of the sale! Also, sign up for our newsletter to stay on top of all the great sales! The below content is about the 2018 Nordstrom Half-Yearly Sale. For busy working women, the suit … Read More about Suit of the Week: Max Mara
One of our most popular posts a few years ago was our roundup of 30 workwear fashion start-ups and independent brands — so I asked Rebecca Berfanger to update the list with nine fresh new labels for workwear! Here are 9 more office fashion stores every working woman should know about! – Kat While we … Read More about 9 Fresh New Labels for Workwear
Our daily workwear reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices. This oversized blazer is $150 at Everlane, which is quite a bit more affordable than some oversized blazers I’ve seen. It also seems like it has a lot of structure to it, whereas many lower-priced blazers sort of look like … Read More about Wednesday’s Workwear Report: The Oversized Blazer
They can be rather impractical if you’ve got a lot of stuff to tote around, but I do like the wave of mini purses that are out right now — so many of them are more interesting than your typical crossbody, and great if you want something polished but little. This red triangular one from … Read More about Coffee Break: Mini Triangle Bag
Have you ever considered going gray intentionally? How can you go gray with intention and plan to go gray?
Our daily workwear reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices. I always like Ted Baker dresses — they’re interesting but classic at the same time. Here I love the contoured neckline and the brand’s signature rose gold-tone hardware, as well as the elbow length sleeves. It’s $295 at Bloomingdales, available … Read More about Tuesday’s Workwear Report: Jesabil Belted Sheath Dress
These shoes are walkable but so stylish — and I love the range of colors they come in.
Here’s a question for today: if you have to work late at the office, what do you eat? Do you have a budget from the office or the client that you can order food through an app like Seamless — in which case, what do you order? Do you consciously order enough food for leftovers … Read More about Eating Late at the Office
Our daily workwear reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices. This pleat-detail dress from Reiss is such an interesting take on the sheath dress — I love the draped bodice, the faux “wrap-front” skirt (there is a slit but it doesn’t look like it’s giving Angelina Jolie a run for … Read More about Splurge Monday’s Workwear Report: Josephine Dress