You Can Now Wear Reformation To Work (Regardless Of Your Title)

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It's safe to say that there aren’t a lot of things that will get you excited about a work-week ahead. However, a new collection of clothes makes getting out of bed each morning, that much easier. And regardless of what's on your agenda for the day, there’s no denying that a polished dress or a crisp blazer will give you a major boost of confidence. That said, if you’ve been in the mood to give your work wardrobe a refresh, Reformation’s Strictly Business collection has pieces that’ll give all of your more polished outfits an undoubtedly cool update.

Simply put: Reformation knows cool fashion. As an It girl-approved brand (which has been worn by the likes of Kaia Gerber, Priyanka Chopra, and Emily Ratajkowski) the cult brand needs no introduction. Fans of the Los Angeles-based brand, also known as 'Ref Babes', have always looked to the sustainable fashion brand for several occasions: weekend brunch, nights out, weddings, and any other part of your life you can think of. And while there may have always been a handful of HR-approved styles you could wear to the office, Reformation is taking the work wardrobe head-on, which means your office ensembles are about to get chicer.


For anyone who wants to sport a bold look for their next big day at work, opt for Reformation’s take on the power suit, the Chambers Two Piece, $248. This pinstripe set — which can be styled with a button-down shirt underneath for the ultimate business ensemble — will feel like an unexpected alternative to the standard coordinated blazer and trousers. Of course, if you prefer to wear one piece instead of two, the Mackie Dress, also $248, will look great with a pair of classic pumps.

If you happen to work in a more casual or creative environment, you won’t go wrong wearing the $78 Kendall Skirt with a cozy mohair sweater or a graphic T-shirt. Dress it up with chic ankle-strap heels or keep it on the low-key side with leather sneakers. Another great option for the laid-back workspaces — or casual Friday — is the Marlon Pant, $158, a style that’s surprisingly versatile.


Of course, some business staples will never steer you wrong. Case in point: the $248 Jenner Blazer. Whether you’re wearing it with trousers, jeans, a skirt, or a dress, this office essential will give any ensemble instant polish — no matter how you describe your style. And if you need a new take on the little black dress, the ‘80s-inspired the $128 Rumi Dress will be a style to keep in your regular rotation.

Scroll down to see more pieces from Reformation’s Strictly Business collection.

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