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Budget Career Deal: A Tee for the Office

Budget Career Deal: A Tee for the Office

One of the easiest basic work wear combinations is a dressy tee and a pencil skirt. You can accessorize with jewelry or scarves for a variety of looks. I’m currently in love with asymmetrical hem tees for a loose elegant draped effect over slacks or a skirt, and was launched on my mission to acquire one after seeing Lisa’s beautiful Anthropologie tee at Respect the Shoes earlier this week.

Here’s a few that I’ll be using for inspiration as well:

I’ll be checking my fave fashion discount retailers, Ross Dress for Less, TJ Maxx, and Marshalls for the look for less. If you see them anywhere for cheap, please give me a shoutout. I like to make getting dressed in the morning as much of a no-brainer as possible.

9 Responses to Budget Career Deal: A Tee for the Office

  1. Love the first and the last one. I live for the 'dressy tee' and the similar sleeveless version. My fav dressy tee is from Ann Taylor (thrifted) so I think you're on the right track.

    • I'm increasingly drawn to Ann Taylor's clothes. I used to wear them all the time in my 30s. They can be pricey new, but they are a good investment (I had some skirts for 20 years) and are really a fabulous deal thrifted.

    • Curtise, I bet you'd look great in an asymetrical teee. You're tall and have a terrific figure. I think these kinds of loose shirts look best when paired with slim bottoms, and if they are well cut and made out of a good fabric, are likely pretty figure-forgiving 🙂

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