You Only Need These 13 Summer Pieces to Get Dressed Faster
You already have a full-time job. Dressing for work shouldn't feel like another. We simplified your daily dilemma by breaking down the staples you need for your work wardrobe this spring season. All of these pieces can be easily mixed and matched for a seamless day-to-day dressing experience. The best news? Streamlining your morning routine means you'll have more time for the other important steps, like coffee or catching up on The Bachelor.
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You can't go wrong with a crisp striped shirt dress for a polished spring look. The contrasting collar and cuffs add an extra element of sophistication.
UPDATED TWEED SKIRT
This wrapover style modernizes the iconic tweed for a chic work look.
KITTEN HEEL SLINGBACK
When it comes to your work shoe, sensible heel height is where it's at. Try this option that can be paired with practically anything from your favorite dresses to a tailored trouser.
Upgrade your slim cut blazer for an oversized option in an airy, linen fabric in smart pinstripe.
Your summer work knit situation is sorted with this short sleeve option that is cute with skirts and trousers alike.
RUFFLE WRAP SKIRT
The summer skirt update that looks great with a cute fitted knit and little heeled sandals for an easy outfit solution.
PRINTED MIDI DRESS
A floaty midi dress is the no-fail solution when you need something flattering and professional.
LIGHTWEIGHT TRENCH COAT
The essential outerwear choice for spring showers. This one is super light weight and so easy to travel with when days turn from 60 to 80 in a matter of hours.
Trade your basic button down for an updated wrap version in a soft, summery fabric.
Try a fluid trouser in spring's biggest color trend: lavender.
A sensible heeled sandal keeps things professional for the work place.
An oversized tote is a necessity from running to meetings to carrying gym clothes for a post office workout.
Trade your white winter bootie for a fresh loafer on warmer days.