If you work in an office, this is a blog to which you should pay special attention. Every professional wardrobe needs these 5 essential pieces. Take stock of your closet. Do you have all 5 of these work wardrobe must-haves? If not, start clicking! We’ve written a dedicated blog post with a ton of shoppable links for each of the 5 Must-Haves pieces and linked to them below. We update the shopping links regularly so you should always be able to find what your closet is missing.
Do you have a color that makes you feel bold and confident? A color that you know garners you multiple compliments every time you wear it? This is a power color. Read our post to learn what your power color is and why you should wear it.
Pants can be so overwhelming to shop for that a lot of women just end up wearing the same threadbare pair of pants for years, unwilling to go through the trying process of finding the elusive “perfect” pair. Remember: alterations are your friend. Read more to find out which pant is for you.
The right shoe can really be the glue that pulls together a stylish outfit. Get the shoe right and the silhouette is perfection. Get the shoe wrong and the whole outfit looks off. Which heels can you wear with a dress to an all day conference? Which flats will still make you look long and lean? Read the post to find out which shoes look fashionable, not orthopedic.
Do you own the perfect work tote? What is the definition of the perfect work tote you ask? Well, it has to be perfect for you. Decide what features you need in your bag and then read our post for the best options!
A lot of women have given up on blazers because they don’t think they can wear a blazer without feeling constricted in their movement or like they can’t wait to take it off. You just haven’t met the right blazer, we say. Everyone looks better in a jacket, and no one feels put together in a cardigan. Please please please do yourself a favor and trade in at least one old ratty cardigan for one of these comfortable but chic blazers.
Lani Inlander is a personal stylist who has been working with clients who want to feel their best and look put-together every day for over 20 years. You can find her in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Learn how you can train with Lani to become a personal stylist at The Stylist Studio.
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