This brand’s prints always make me happy, and who doesn’t need a little sunshine on a Monday morning?
This ponte blazer would be a great piece for building a work wardrobe on a budget.
These days, I’ve been trying to wear more brightly-colored tops so that I avoid looking like a floating head on videoconferences — and I love this golden-yellow tie-neck blouse.
This dress looks like preppy perfection to me. The reddish-orange, white, and black colorblock is so pretty, the belt is super flattering.
These pants come in a rainbow of colors, but the purple version is my favorite. They’re also available in your basic black, gray, and navy, as well as rust, berry, teal, and cream.
Are any of the other WFH ladies going into their closets and staring longingly at their sheath dresses and blazers?
Even though the calendar says that it’s late April, we’re still getting snow at my house. This ribbed wrap cardigan sweater looks like it would be super cozy to snuggle up in, while still looking somewhat pulled together.
While working from home, I haven’t been as attentive as usual to the bottom half of my outfits. (No one on Zoom knows that I’m wearing leggings, right?) If I had these purple pants, I might be a little more inspired to plan an outfit around them.
How can I sing the praises of the sweater blazer in a way that I haven’t done already?
This brand is a go-to for beautiful, sculptural pieces, and I love the draping on this gorgeous, forest green top.
Silk tees are a wardrobe staple for me, and this ombré version is gorgeous.
Has anyone else been googling “How to Look Good on Zoom Calls”? This has been a bit of trial and error for me, but I think what’s been working is a solid-colored top in a flattering color.