For busy working women, the suit is often the easiest outfit to throw on in the morning. In general, this feature is not about interview suits for womenwhich should be as classic and basic as you get – instead, this feature is all about the slightly different suit that’s fashionable yet professional.
There seems to be a ton of purple suit for women right now – is it just me or hasn’t that been the case for a while now? I love it – I love all deep jewel tones, but I’ve always found purple to be incredibly easy to wear. Pair it with neutral colors like black, navy, white, ivory, beige, gray – with brighter jewel tones like cobalt, red, hot pink, a green green – and with more muted colors like olive green. And pastels like lavender and baby blue, of course! So many choices. (I personally have never paired purple with orange, mint or a denser color like a reddish burgundy or cordovan – but that doesn’t mean it can’t be done, especially if you have a bridging piece like a scarf or blouse with a matching purple and the other color.)
This particular suit is from Reiss. It comes in sizes 0-14, incl flared pants, tailored trousers, cropped pantsand one pencil skirt. The pieces range from $225 to $425 by Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’sand Reiss.
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Workwear sale of note for 8.31.22:
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