Our daily workwear reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices. This tweed skirt from Brooks Brothers looks absolutely stunning, and I love the nubby, pale tweed pattern it has. I will note that it comes as part of a suit, but I would only wear the pieces as separates, and … Read More about Tuesday’s Workwear Report: Tweed Pencil Skirt
Archives for March 2018
I’ve been meaning to post this pocket travel pillow since stocking-stuffer time back in December. It’s really interesting — it’s basically a little pillowcase (it folds up to 3″ x 3″) that you can put something into and use as a pillow. I think it’s brilliant — I’ve certainly tried to use big wraps and … Read More about Coffee Break: Pocket Travel Pillow
Here’s today’s topic, ladies: What are your best tips on how to store bills and otherwise organize your paperwork? How do you deal with the mix of paperwork, electronic documents, emailed receipts, and more? I describe my own record keeping system below, but I thought it’d be fun to see what other people do… I … Read More about Tales from the Wallet: How Do You Store Your Bills, Receipts, and More?
Dec. 2020 Update: This gorgeous blazer is on MAJOR sale — it was $595, but select colors are down to $178 in the 2020 Nordstrom Half-Yearly Sale.
Something on your mind? Chat about it here. I always like sweaters like this for the weekend — slouchy, easy to wear with leggings or skinny jeans — but with a few interesting details, like the cutouts and the bell sleeves. This one comes in black, gray, white, and “purple dust” for $49.50 at Amazon. Cable … Read More about Weekend Open Thread
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Our daily workwear reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices. This dress is a pretty shade of blue that’s really nice if you’re looking for a slightly unusual color for a sheath dress — and note that it also comes in “Park Avenue pink.” The dress has a lot of … Read More about Frugal Friday: 7th Avenue Belted Split-Neck Sheath Dress
These patent leather pumps have a great vintage vibe — if someone found them in her grandmother’s closet, perfectly preserved, you would be totally jealous. But no, they’re from Roger Vivier (and they’re sporting the iconic buckle), and they’re available at Net-a-Porter for $695. Note that the heels are angled slightly inward — it’s a … Read More about Coffee Break: Belle Vivier Patent Leather Pumps
Today we have a great question from reader K, who wants an open thread about what to put on your wedding registry — and makes the interesting point that her wedding registry will be public. Here’s her question: Would LOVE it if you would consider doing a “wedding registry” advice/crowdsourcing post! I am registering now, … Read More about What to Put On Your Wedding Registry (And: How to Deal When Your Wedding Registry is Public)
Our daily workwear reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices. Topshop has a lot of cute, interesting things for the office right now, including this simple cross over peplum jacket. As pictured here, I’d wear it with lighter, spring-ier bottoms — and it might even be a great blazer to … Read More about Thursday’s Workwear Report: Cross Over Peplum Jacket
For busy working women, the suit is often the easiest outfit to throw on in the morning. In general, this feature is not about interview suits for women, which should be as classic and basic as you get — instead, this feature is about the slightly different suit that is fashionable, yet professional. I always … Read More about Suit of the Week: Reiss
If you type in the phrase “is LinkedIn still relevant” on Google, the autocomplete suggestions include “is LinkedIn still relevant 2015,” “is LinkedIn still relevant 2016,” and so on — and since the answer for 2018 is still yes, it’s worth knowing how to get the most out of your LinkedIn profile. The recommendations in … Read More about How to Get the Most Out of Your LinkedIn Profile