For busy working women, the suit is often the easiest outfit to throw on in the morning. In general, this feature is not about interview suits for women, which should be as classic and basic as you get — instead, this feature is about the slightly different suit that is fashionable, yet professional.
Pink suits seem to be everywhere lately, and I like this one on the fancier side of things, from Jason Wu — it’s a very sleek, polished look. The pink pants are pretty high-waisted, and I like that they’ve got split hems, which is sort of a new trend. They’re styled in a couple of different ways on Net-a-Porter, and I have to say I vastly prefer closed-toe shoes with pantsuits. I think it looks very odd to see a model with sandals and a suit, with toes peeking out — but maybe that’s just me.
In any event, this suit looks really gorgeous, and I love the rich pink; it’s not the dusty pink that was popular a couple of years ago — Tumblr pink, it was called — and it’s not the super-bright, put-your-sunglasses-on pink that we’re seeing other places. You could wear it with a dusty pink, however, and it would also pair well with red, black, navy, or white/ivory and similar neutrals. I think it would look amazing with charcoal or light gray, as well. There are a lot of nice ways to wear these pieces, both as separates and as a suit. The jacket is $695, and the pants are $395. What do you think, ladies? Do you have any pink suits in your wardrobe? Do tell!
Banana Republic Factory has several washable suit separates in a very similar pink, and Banana Republic itself has both a brighter pink suit (labeled “ultra red,” but more of a hot pink on my screen): blazer, double-breasted blazer, high-rise flare pant, and curvy skinny-fit pant, most available in regular and petite sizes.
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