Stylish work clothes don’t have to be expensive. There are several inexpensive options for buying work clothes and no I’m not talking about Banana Republic, Ann Taylor or J. Crew. While those are three very nice stores that have some great options I have found that some of their items are not worth the price.
So where can you find good quality, stylish work clothes at great prices? Just keep reading to find out.
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Let’s start with the most inexpensive first and go up from there. All linked items are under $100.
Target actually has some fantastic workwear options for all sizes. They have just recently launched their new line of women’s clothing A New Day and every item in the collection is absolutely gorgeous.
Asos has workwear items in a wide range of prices from as low as $15 to as high as $500. But most of their items generally fall between $40 – $70.
Asos also has great sizing options plus their very own maternity line. The have tall, petite, plus, maternity lines and wide fit for shoes in addition to their main line.
Zara is another great resource for workwear. Although it can be difficult to weed through all of there uber trendy pieces to find those hidden gems.
Unfortunately Zara is not integrated into the program I use to create my product slides so you’ll just have to go check them out for yourself.
I love Modcloth because they have some very unique items and several sizing options.
They are especially a great resource for dresses and skirts with longer lengths.
Topshop is a great place for trendy workwear. While most of their prices are under $100 they are on the higher end of my range.
I know what you’re thinking. How has Nordstrom made this list?
Well when I shop at Nordstrom I live in the sale and clearance sections. That is how I find great pieces at fantastic prices.
Now For The Business Casual Look
I simply took a plain black and white striped, cotton shirt from target and paired it with some high waist pants from Zara.
Then I paired it with a fun clutch form Modcloth and some mules from DSW.
I kept my jewelry fairly simple with a tortoise shell cuff from Baublebar and a pair of earrings I got for Christmas one year.
Shop The Look:
Green Pants: Zara