My little preppy heart will never say no to a navy/kelly green combo, and this blazer is right up my alley.
I was disappointed when I asked a coworker where she’d purchased her pink tweed blazer, only to find out it was several seasons old. Fortunately, this one looks like a pretty good duplicate.
I was really delighted to see that this size-inclusive brand is doing a collaboration with Erdem this spring.
Linen can be a controversial choice for work clothing, but my opinion is that it’s great for summer Fridays when it’s too hot to care about wrinkles.
I don’t usually do midi-length items for work, but this dress is making me rethink my stance.
Square toes and loafers are both trending for spring, and this shoe combines the trends while keeping things classic enough for work.
Spring is here and I am ready for ALL of the bright colors.
A black pencil skirt is a staple for me, and I like this lightweight twill version.
This washable silk blouse is a great neutral color, and I love the piping detail down the center.
This dress would look great with a white tweed jacket for a classic black-and-white look, or a brightly colored linen blazer for spring.
This cardigan looks like a great spring layering piece while the temperatures are in flux, and will continue to be useful if you’re in an office with the A/C blasting this summer.
I never understood why so many trench coats don’t come with hoods — aren’t you supposed to wear trench coats in the rain?