If you’re too busy to curate a wardrobe, Britain’s former first lady Samantha Cameron has you covered. With her line of stretchy trousers and funnel neck blouses that the brand promises won’t crease (they’re made of a wrinkle-resistant blend of tri-acetate and polyester), the brand’s sleek capsule workwear wardrobe is designed for the hustle.
Tired of the same blazer-and-jeans combo? Check out Modern Citizen’s ultra-chill west coast-inspired workwear line of wide-legged jumpsuits, mock-neck sweaters and whimsical gold jewelry. (We’re huge fans of the Femme Pendant Necklace.)
Meet your new wardrobe for work, travel or just everyday. Eunice Cho founded Aella in 2014 when she decided she needed to create a wardrobe she could wear to her day job in Soho as well as in class at UCLA. From the machine-washable vest dress to the jogger pants that can be paired with a heel or a pair of slip-on sneakers, this L.A.-based line has all your 9-to-5 needs covered.
Toronto-based Grayes is serious about dressing women who mean business. Developed by law school alum Stephanie Ray, her collection of bomber jackets and “not-suit suits” was created as an alternative to the stuffy attire she was used to wearing.
Who says work attire needs to be drab? Finery London’s fanciful patterns, bright colours and geometric cuts are sure to make you — and your coworkers — smile.
Catherine Quin’s minimalist collection is the epitome of corporate cool. With its artful silhouettes and eco-friendly silks, cashmere and satins hand stitched in London — all you need is a chic reusable coffee cup in hand to complete the look.
Of Mercer’s co-founders Dorie Golkin Smith and Emelyn Northway, two women with backgrounds in consulting and finance, understand the struggle of getting dressed for your corporate gig. From their maternity collection to their travel friendly, wrinkle-proof pieces, you won’t have any trouble getting dressed in the morning.
Don’t have that walk-in closet yet? Neither do we. Vetta’s five-piece capsule wardrobes were designed to create 30 work-appropriate outfits when combined. (Their fabrics are eco-friendly and responsibly sourced, too.)
In addition to all of Grana’s clothing being ethically-produced and sustainable, their classic staples are made with high-quality fabrics like French linen and Peruvian baby alpaca. Layer their Waffle Knit Crew Neck over their Tencel Jumpsuit and you’re set for whatever the day throws at you.