Tuesday’s Workwear Report: Wool Sheath Dress

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This wool sheath dress from Brooks Brothers looks like a great basic for the office. I love the subtle diamond jacquard fabric as well as all of the darts and other seaming that elevates this a bit from the basic black sheath dress. It comes in both black and navy in regular and petite sizes 0–16 and is $298. (Don’t forget to check out our recent roundup of how to build a work wardrobe at Brooks Brothers!) Wool Sheath Dress

Here’s a lower-priced option that comes in misses, petites, woman, and woman petites at Talbots — also in both black and navy.

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Splurge Monday’s Workwear Report: Jacquard Blazer

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I’ve seen a lot of jacquard blazers that almost look like pajama tops, but the darts and the three-quarter sleeves on this one go a long way toward giving it a more tailored look. I love the paisley jacquard fabric because it’s so intricate and beautiful with the embroidery, and I like the edging as well. There’s very low stock, so if you like this blazer, grab it now. It’s at Net-a-Porter for $1,890. Jacquard Blazer

Here’s a lower-priced option at Bloomingdale’s (with a subtle paisley jacquard) and a much lower-priced option at Amazon in sizes 12–30.

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Frugal Friday’s Workwear Report: Boatneck Top

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Everybody loves a good popover top, and this one at J.Crew Factory looks really great. It’s machine washable, too. (It is poly, but it’s priced accordingly.) I’m picturing it here in the deep azalea, but it also comes in navy and a very bright floral that’s kind of a fun print — as well as a nice polka dot. Note that it has buttons at the cuffs and a button closure at the back of the neck. Sizes are XXS–XXL, and it’s $39.50. Boatneck Top

A plus-size option is at Amazon.

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Thursday’s Workwear Report: Easy Circle Cardigan

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This circle cardigan from Leith is getting awesome reviews, and would be great as a light topper for a casual office (or a casual day at a conservative office). I like it as styled here, with a dress, but it obviously works well with skinnier pants for work and leggings and jeans for the weekend. The sweater is available in four colors, and was just marked down from $75 to $45. Easy Circle Cardigan

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Tuesday’s Workwear Report: Metallic Tweed Jacket

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Metallic Taylor Tweed JacketIf you’re on the hunt for a good gray tweed jacket, Rebecca Taylor always seems to knock them out of the park — this particular one has a deconstructed look with the frayed ends that’s quite cool. I like it as styled here (column of color!) with the scarf in the tie-neck blouse being a nice additional element. The jacket is $495 at Nordstrom. Metallic Tweed Jacket

Two lower-priced options are at Nordstrom and Amazon, and Nordstrom also has a plus-size option.

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Wednesday’s Workwear Report: Colorblocked Sheath Dress

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Colorblocked dresses can be hit or miss, but I like the black, white, and checkered pattern here. I’d keep the rest of the outfit simple with black or white, and try to add texture today, possibly adding a ribbed cardigan or velvet blazer. It’s available in plus sizes as well as regular sizes for $129-$139 at Macy’s. Calvin Klein Colorblocked Sheath Dress

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