White pants in the office are a bold choice, but if you can go a full day without getting ink or coffee on yourself, I think you can make these work.
This print on this dress is a little bonkers, but I’m into it.
I want to buy this dress in every color and turn it into my new work uniform.
Normally, I wouldn’t recommend a leather pencil skirt as work-appropriate, but this one is making me rethink my stance.
If you’re in the market for cashmere sweaters, now is the time to buy.
Short-sleeved sweaters are one of my favorite options for wearing under blazers in the winter — it’s a little extra warmth without getting too sweaty.
Besides the cheery colors — perfect for this dreary post-holiday stretch — I like the elbow-length sleeves and fit-and-flare shape of this rainbow-striped dress.
This dress would be perfect for a workday with an evening event where you want to look a little bit special but won’t have time to go home to change.
This herringbone-patterned blazer would be easy to work into just about any wardrobe.
I love an unexpected winter floral, and this “ochre floral” top is bright and cheery without looking overly spring-y.
This lovely drapey knit blazer falls somewhere in between “business casual” and “casual.”
This sweater dress looks very cozy, but still professional — and it comes in four size ranges.