I love a T-shirt dress for an easy spring outfit. This dress would be a great addition to a WFH wardrobe or even for a more casual office.
It’s very rare for me to look at a dress and simultaneously think, “Wow, that looks chic,” and “Wow, that looks comfy,” but this brand has done it!
I swore it would never happen to me, but I have become a jumpsuit person since WFH started.
After spending last spring in yoga pants and sweatshirts, most of my spring work clothes are in pretty good shape, but I always need to add one or two crisp white shirts to the rotation.
There’s nothing particularly groundbreaking about this dress, except for the fact that it’s practically perfect in every way.
This black-and-white printed wrap dress would be a great pick for spring.
When the entire country is getting walloped by snow, ice, and freezing temperatures, there’s very little I can do to help except for seek out sunny yellow tops to cheer us all.
This black-and-white floral print feels a little spring-y but could really be worn in any season if you added tights and boots.
As a somewhat curvy lady, I always found flared trousers to be the most flattering pants for work, so I was delighted to come across this classic-looking pair.
This blazer comes in sizes 00–24 and is something that I would want to wear at least weekly.
This lovely emerald green top would be a great basic for WFH or in-office outfits.
This coral color is one of my secret weapons for making it through winter in the Northeast.