This is a really fantastic brand for well-tailored, elevated basics.
Mondays can be rough, but this sunny surplice sheath dress from Boss would make them a little more bearable.
This mock-neck knit top looks like a great basic for creating all kinds of outfits this summer.
This blouse has been such a classic for so long that I can’t believe it hasn’t made it into my recommendations yet.
This top is made from “low-shine” satin, which looks super luxe without veering into evening wear.
The fringed cuff on this jacket adds a tiny bit of drama without going over the top.
This is admittedly a bit casual for most professional offices, but if we can’t dress down on the Friday before 4th of July, then when can we?
Normally, I’d shy away from recommending anything described as “tie dye,” but I think this blouse is subtle enough that it’s still work-appropriate.
This dress’s jersey material would be great for packing. (Is work travel coming back yet?)
Everything about the tailoring on this blazer looks just perfect.
For me, a cozy office cardigan is a necessity for surviving over-the-top office A/C in July and August.
If the paper bag waist trend is something you want to try out without making too much of an
investment, these pants would be a great option.