There’s no doubt about it…fashion is ever-changing and evolving. This constant change in fashion can sometimes be a bit tricky for us working gals. I’ve heard it all…

“I can’t wear that to the office.”

“I don’t love my work clothes.”

“I am bored with what I wear to work.”

“I want to be taken seriously at the office.”

And the list goes on. I hear you, lady! It can be tough. But I have a secret to share with you…your WTW wardrobe is most magical when it is comprised of those ever classic, iconic pieces. I mean truly. The killer pencil skirt, a super chic blazer that makes you feel most powerful, a perfectly crisp ankle pant, a darling cardigan for layering, etc. All pieces that are polished, stylish and essential for your wardrobe.

So what makes the difference between a cute work outfit and a stylish work outfit? It’s all about what brands you are shopping and how you are styling your pieces. One of my favorites for classic, iconic, yet stylish pieces is Tommy Hilfiger. I am definitely a classic kinda gal, so I especially love that Tommy Hilfiger embodies the Americana heritage of blues, whites, creams, varsity-style lettering and more.

In addition to the versatility of the Tommy Hilfiger pieces, I also love the feel of the clothing. Super comfortable, making it perfect for the long work days we often have. I must mention, the pant, skirt and blazer all have a subtle stretch, making it easy to move around. And the button-down blouse isn’t your typical woven, but is a soft fabric that drapes the body beautifully and creates a strong foundation for layering a knit or blazer on-top. So good. If you are looking to give classic workwear that little extra spark, I feel pretty confident that these Tommy Hilfiger pieces sold at Nordstrom might be your jam. The latest collection includes an assortment of cozy knits, feminine yet edgy blouses, unique skirt options and more.

Here’s to working 9 to 5 and being classically edgy while doing so.

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