Restyling all of today’s pieces for you guys! Sticking with the theme of the best workwear pieces this week, this white blazer is one of my favorite ways to take your look from entry level to executive in about 5 seconds (or as fast as you can put it on). It seems to go with everything from tank tops, to dresses, to skirts. It’s incredibly comfortable since it’s made from a cotton fabric and the lining is fancy so it’s made to flip the sleeves which I always think elevates your look. Get yourself this under $100 blazer and challenge yourself to wear it a ton of ways! Tag me on Instagram if you do!
This tank top is another great basic that you can style for work or the weekend. It won’t fade and comes in a bunch of colors. The straps are thick enough to wear a regular bra without having to worry about everything. I also styled it with this leopard skirt! Size down if you are petite!
Rewearing this blazer for you guys in a more classic way! Last time I shared it, I wore it with this tweed dress and I’ve also worn it with this leopard skirt. It’s the perfect blazer to throw on over anything because it’s a little more casual. For a white blazer, you don’t need anything formal. Just get this one! I love the print on the inside of the sleeves which makes them meant to be rolled up! It comes in 4 colors!
I also have worn this tank topbefore with this skirt! It’s a great under $50 basic that will last you for the next 10 years. It’s an amazing fit and comes in 3 colors. Such a great wardrobe essential.
Here are a few budget friendly simple gold rings if you missed my round up last week! Mine are linked above but these are all gorgeous!
This look is CLASSIC. It’s literally something I would have worn at 22, now, and will probably still wear in 20 years. You can’t go wrong. I love a white blazer because they brighten up the outfit in the way that the promise of spring is here. Y’all told me on Instagram you were shopping for spring so yes, I’m going to mention it! As I mentioned on Stories today, white blazers are not the place to invest. Invest in your black or navy blazer (preferably make it part of a suit that you can rewear as separates). When it comes to white blazers, budget friendly is the way to go. They’re casual anyway. There’s no need to spend a ton! Mine is sold out so I linked another white blazerI have and strongly recommend!
I love the multiple blues together too. A blue button down is such a staple for a workwear wardrobe. When I was first starting out, I started with cheaper blue button downs like this $24 one which was totally okay! This one is a moderately budget friendly option! My favorite brand that I’ve started “collecting” at this point in my career is Frank and Eileen and I found a bunch here!
If you’re looking for a white blazer, this is a really great, affordable option! It comes in several different colors depending on what you’re looking for! It’s not the first blazer I’d recommend because my priority goes to this one that you could wear to an interview. However, if you’re on a budget, you could totally make it work! Here are the other colors of this blazer.
I also shared this $8 striped teeover the weekend and it’s amazing. Truly one of the best basics I’ve found and it’s under $10! You cannot beat that price!! And the fit. I’ve been wearing a bit more American Eaglelately because the prices are so affordable. If you missed some of my favorites, make sure to check out this post!
If you haven’t snagged an Abercrombie lace cami, do it. They’re so affordable and I’ve had so much fun styling them multiple ways. They can take you from date night to the office (as seen above)! I also feel like they’ll be super cute when layered with sweaters later in the fall.