I’m very into this A-line dress. The rolled neckline is just a little different than my go-to sheath dresses, but I think it would still look very professional worn on its own or with a blazer on top.
Frilly white blouses are the unsung heroes in my wardrobe these days. My go-to winter outfit is skinny pants, a bright blazer, and a white shirt.
I love a flared trouser, and this blue color is divine.
I like the cheery green print on this pretty flutter-sleeved top, which would look great with a navy suit.
Skinny ankle pants are a staple in my work wardrobe, and if you’re in the market for a pair, I can vouch for these.
This jacket looks like it’s the exact same shade as the Masters green jacket (hello, golf fans!), and I’m loving it.
The combination of the bow and the slightly puffed sleeves on this blouse give it a little flair without going too far.
This wrap dress is a classic for a reason, and I’m always thrilled to see it available in an extended size range.
This leopard-print blouse is a more subtle way to sneak in some fun animal prints without getting too crazy…
I feel like I’d be remiss if I didn’t point out this great basic, even though it’s not going to be your most exciting purchase of 2020.
This is one of my favorite brands for reasonably-priced work dresses that have a little bit of visual interest.
I love the mix of colors in this beige/blue tweed. If you’re in the market for a pastel blazer, this also comes in a really lovely pale pink that’s 100% wool.