This cheetah-print shirtdress looks flowy and comfy but still pulled-together.
For my professional Zoom presence, I really leaned into tweed jackets over the winter. Now I’d love to sample some lighter spring tweeds.
This dress is a classic for a reason. The silhouette is flattering, the material has just a touch of stretch, and it has pockets!
I love this silk top’s pale pink color and poet sleeves as a replacement for a basic white blouse.
I’ve been watching a lot of Schitt’s Creek lately, and when I say that this blouse feels Moira Rose-inspired, I mean that in the best possible way.
A good solid black tee is a wardrobe staple, and this one is a slightly elevated version of the classic.
I love eyelet fabric for adding a little texture to an outfit. This blouse is a perfect piece for work or weekends this spring.
This dress is one of my absolute favorites in my closet, and it’s now available at a steep discount.
If you’re tired of the basic black blazer that you’ve been keeping on hand for videoconferences, this slightly cropped jacket might be a welcome wardrobe addition.
If any designer could inspire me to put on heels and Spanx again, it’s this one.
I’m loving the color of this “salted caramel” keyhole top.
While I’ve found a number of work pants that are stretchy enough that I can pretend to be in leggings, this ponte skirt is the closest I’ve found in skirt form.