Today’s Coveted Working Look: Everlane Silk Round Collar Blouse

by Emma Klug | August 27th, 2014
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I’ve loved the feeling of silk for as long as I can remember, the way it slips through your fingers when you pick it up and hangs just right when you put it on. It’s a feeling that can’t quite be compared to anything else. It’s undoubtedly luxurious and consequently often reserved for special occasions… Read more…

Today’s Coveted Working Look: Madewell Silk Playa Dress

by Anne Dreshfield | June 23rd, 2014

Madewell‘s name is well-deserved; every time I walk into their store, I just want to pet everything. Really! Their clothes, from their coveted denim to their cotton dresses and even leather jackets, are incredibly well-made and durable. I’m a big fan of their denim (so many styles! So many choices!), their relaxed cotton dresses (hello,… Read more…

Today’s Coveted Working Look: Working the Jumpsuit at the Office

by Anne Dreshfield | April 28th, 2014

I’m one of those women who believes a power suit can be anything but a boxy jacket and rather unflattering pants. Patterened pencil skirt with a sharply tailored, modern jacket? Yes please. Mixed prints? Bring it on. Silk jumpsuit? Why, that’s my coveted working look of the week! It may just be my upcoming trip… Read more…

Today’s Coveted Working Look: Dotted Tux Shirt

by Anne Dreshfield | December 5th, 2012

Some days just call for a menswear-inspired piece. Whether it’s cold and blustery outside or you have a meeting where you have to impress, a sleek shirt will convey poise and power the moment you walk in the door. I don’t normally look for work clothes at Madewell, but their Dotted Tux Shirt made me… Read more…

Toast to Tuesday: Light and Br-easy

by WorkWardrobe | May 11th, 2010

By Jacqueline Rezak At work, it is often more easy to get through your day when you are feeling comfortable and free. A good way to do this during the spring and summer seasons is to wear clothes are not extremely form fitting and constricting. To me, there is nothing worse than getting to the… Read more…