After working from home for several months, all I’m looking for in a pair of work pants is something that is as close to leggings as possible without actually being confused for athleisure or loungewear.
This print is gorgeous — the artist based it on classic porcelain patterns.
Sometimes you just want an easy dress that you can throw on and look like you’ve got your life together, you know?
I love a plaid blazer for fall. Even though it feels like time has no meaning anymore, I’m told that we will progress to autumn eventually, so let’s prepare, shall we?
I don’t know what it’s been like in the rest of the country, but in my neck of the woods, this summer has been miserably humid.
This is one of those brands that I always associate with well-heeled ladies of a certain age.
I don’t know where I’m going to wear this dress, but I want it in my closet immediately.
This textured collarless blazer would be a great option to have on hand for video conferences.
This feminine, silk-blend blouse is a great neutral to have on hand for workweek or weekend looks.
These $49 washable silk tees are comfy enough for working from home but polished enough to wear under a suit.
If you’re into animal prints but are looking for something a bit more subdued than a full-on cheetah print, you might want to give this dress a look.
Today’s guest post is by Christina of The Style of Politics, a great blog that critiques women in government… There is one question I am asked more than any other in writing The Style of Politics: Who is the best dressed woman in government? It’s a difficult one to answer, actually. There are a number … Read More about The Best Dressed Woman in Government