This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tahari ASL. All opinions are my own.
I have been in the process of revamping my work wardrobe for the new season. It's still warm in Central Texas, so I am looking for things that can help me transition from the summer to the fall.
I like for my work wardrobe to be youthful and stylish, but of course still business-appropriate. I was recently introduced to Tahari ASL, which has that great classic chic aesthetic that is perfect for a day at the office, but still feels fun and fabulous. Bonus: the pricing is also accessible!
Tahari ASL carries separates, suits, and dresses. Since it will take a few more months to cool down enough for suits, I have been looking to supplement my work wardrobe with some dresses. Here are some of my favorite pieces on the site:
The Cutout Shoulder Sheath pictured above is what first caught my eye. The silhouette says "like a boss," and I love that the shoulder cut-outs make it appropriately sassy. This can also easily go from the office, to a luncheon fundraiser, to a wedding by changing the shoes and accessories.
This one has flattering ruching, which is great for accentuating curves in the right way. I like that the deeper neckline adds some youthfulness, but the cap sleeves balance it out for the office.
I love, love, love this one. The overall silhouette is more traditionally professional, but the contrasting yellow stripe gives it the youthful edge I like in my workwear.
This sheath dress is even more contemporary. The color is youthful and the shape has a 60's mod feel. Though it has coverage, there is nothing matronly about this dress when worn with the right shoes.
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This dress also provides enough coverage to be professional, but the graphic print and faux leather trim make it anything but boring. With this dress you will stand out in the boardroom - but in the right way.
Shifting gears from the dresses, I love this blouse for the contemporary lace-up feature. It harkens the more casual boho lace-up trend in a way that is still appropriate for the office, but says "I go to music festivals on weekends."
Since I have to dress business-formal at work, I am pretty apt at this point with putting together my daily business looks. For those that are less comfortable with styling themselves, I love that the Tahari ASL website has guides in the form of collections, such as Wear to Work, What to Wear to a Wedding, and even Street Style that shows you what pieces would work well from day-to-night.
Whether you're looking to revamp your own work wardrobe, need a new outfit for a wedding or formal event, or just need a few new pieces to supplement your office attire, check out Tahari ASL.