Button-front, collared blouses are a classic for a reason — so we rounded up some of our favorites!
Which are the best camisoles to layer beneath sheer blouses? Is a seamless camisole important, or a nude-for-you camisole? Or is a white camisole the best thing under a white blouse? Reader S has a question, and I thought it might be a fun topic because I’ve said before: I am a fan of plain, non-lacy … Read More about Camisoles Beneath Blouses: White or “Nude”?
Our daily TPS reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices. Today’s guest post is from Capitol Hill Style. I love end-of-season sales, so I was thrilled to find this delicate, Swiss-dot blouse from Nanette Lepore ($149, Nanette Lepore Big Boss Polka Dot Blouse) on the Bergdorf’s sale site. For the … Read More about Wednesday’s TPS Report: Big Boss Polka Dot Blouse
Our daily TPS reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices. This plunge tie collar blouse caught my eye last week when we featured the Rachel Zoe suit — I think it’s particularly interesting to compare this one (which to me has a 70s vibe) with others we’ve seen recently, like … Read More about Tuesday’s TPS Report: Long Sleeve Plunge Tie Collar Blouse
Sure, we all know what basics professional women are supposed to have in their closets, but if you’re buying one for the first time or replacing one you’ve worn into the ground, it can be a pain to find exactly the right incarnation in stores. In “The Hunt,” we search the stores for a basic … Read More about The Hunt: White Ruffled Blouses
Reader L wonders how to keep white blouses white, and as summer’s heat is upon us I think now is a great time to discuss this… Currently, I’m living in hot and sunny south Florida. Not to be overly gross, but my whites just do not stay as white as they should simply because of … Read More about How to Keep White Blouses White
Our daily TPS reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices. Ok: this shirt does not look like much on the mannequin. In fact, it kind of looks like a boring, frumpy, shapeless blouse. But I think if you look closer it’s that rare basic, an ivory silk blouse, that has … Read More about Wednesday’s TPS Report: PORTS 1961 Short sleeve shirt
Something on your mind? Chat about it here. Pictured: Mikasa “True Blue” Espresso Cup/Saucer, available at Macys.com for $16 (was $23).