What were your favorite posts from the past year? We’ve rounded up our favorite suits for women, wear-it-to work recommendations, and office shoes and bags; today we’re closing it out with a look back at our top posts of 2019. (Stay tuned for the rest of this week, we’re going to try to take a look back at the best workwear, shoes, and posts of the last DECADE, including tons of reader favorites. I’m kind of surprised how many are still available for sale, even if some favorites, like The Skirt, are long gone.)
In any event, these posts were the top read (according to Google Analytics) — and then some of Kat’s favorites! — but we’d love to hear your favorite posts and threadjacks as well!
Top Posts of 2019
(according to Google Analytics)
- How to Keep Your Spirits High When Life Stinks
- The Hunt: The Best Pants for Work
- 5 Workwear Pieces You Need to Get Rid of ASAP
- The Minimalists Guide to Dressing for Work
- The Hunt: The Best Dresses for Work
- Things All Professional Women Should Know How to Do
- The Hunt: The Best Comfortable Flats for Summer
- The Hunt: Stylish Skin Tone Pumps for Work
- Office-Appropriate Perfumes: Do They Exist?
- The Money Snapshot: A 33-Year-Old Management Shares Thoughts on Three Mortgages & Her Aggressive Savings Strategy
Other Great Posts
(according to Kat)
2013, 2019, 2024: What are Realistic Five-Year Career Goals – a look at where readers said they wanted to be in 2013, and where they WANT to be in 2024
Can You Wear Leggings to Work (And the Best, Most Comfortable Substitutes)
Great Discussions (on topic):
- Have You Ever Felt Like You Needed to Choose Between Kids and Career?
- Where Is Your Furniture From?
- Underrated Movies (perfect if this week feels a little slow…)
- Do You Repeat Vacations or Try New Things?
- How Much Do You Spend on Fitness?
- Do Professionals Need a Nice Car?
- What Are Your Business Travel Must-Haves?
- Best Planner (great discussion that keeps growing — most comments that come in are on recent posts but this one keeps getting new comments!)
- The Best Give You Ever Got
- Lots of great discussion about that crazy Ernst & Young seminar
I was amused, at least: The Hunt: Shrugs for Work