A woman wearing a colorblock buttoned sweater dress with brown sandals

Our daily workwear reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices.

Staud is a really fun brand for weekend wear, but from time to time I come across an item that would work for a more casual office. This long sweater can be worn as a cardigan or a dress and comes in tons of bright, cheerful color combos. I love this blue version for a fun mix of jewel tones. I think I’d probably be more inclined to wear it as a long cardigan, but the dress does look pretty cute.

The sweater is $165 at Saks Fifth Avenue and Bloomingdale’s and comes in sizes XS–XL.

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Workwear sales of note for 5.22.23:

  • Nordstrom – 8,000+ new markdowns!
  • Ann Taylor Extra 50% off all sale styles (through 5/29)
  • Athleta – Extra 20% off sale styles
  • Banana Republic Factory50% off everything + extra 20% off purchase
  • Boden – Sale, new lines added
  • J.Crew – Extra 50% off sale styles; up to 50% off summer styles
  • J.Crew Factory Up to 50% off everything; buy any 2 shorts get 1 free; extra 50% off clearance
  • Loft – 30% off full-price styles
  • Sephora – Up to 50% off select beauty
  • Talbots – 30% off entire purchase (through 5/29)

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