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Bright red flats refresh this timeless look.
Surprisingly versatile—the tweed looks great with pinstripe pants but would also add prep-school polish to jeans or a dress.
Impeccably tailored, this suit is the quintessential office-ready staple.
A shot of yellow gives this casual jacket a cool edge.
Scrunched sleeves give this work-ready look a more casual air.
Going with a jacket and bag in navy rather than black subtly warms up this entire look.
A polished alternative to a cardigan, this simple option is the perfect cover-up for a dress.
Slightly shrunken proportions make a typical menswear silhouette pretty and feminine.
The neon here is perfectly tempered, but by no means diminished, by the gray sweater and heels.
It might seem daunting to pair red and green, but keeping the rest of the look neutral makes it work.
Coupled with jeans and vibrant booties, a tuxedo jacket feels rockerish.
The top is very masculine, and the skirt and heels feminine, but the dark palette ties it all together seamlessly.
A dark gray blazer looks coolly off-kilter paired with a light gray skirt.
A slouchy version and studded platform booties make a tee and sweats night-out worthy.
A cropped suit in a neutral color lets bright accessories really pop.
Next to a black shirt, tights, and shoes, this retro-style teal skirt really stands out.
Each piece is conservative, but it's all layered in such a cool and creative way.
Sharp lapels and a gold crest make this navy number something really special.
Red pants are a bold statement, so style them with simple pieces.
Vampy red heels are slightly subdued when worn with jeans and a blazer.
This safari-esque dress is complemented perfectly by earthy green and orange.
The contrast of stripes and polka dots adds depth to a boardroom-appropriate ensemble.
A pair of flats like these makes even the most basic weekend outfit something special.
A pink skirt and an asymmetrical bow lend this a girly but not overly frilly feel.
The overall dark tone lets the lemony shoes shine.
A ladylike, vintagey take on a classic, with pretty details like ever-so-slightly exaggerated shoulders and a row of teensy black buttons.
The slouchy cut has a cool, downtown edge.
Eggplant is such a rich shade—it livens any outfit.
This equestrian-inspired option would look equally great with dark, slim jeans.
Give more life to autumnal shades by adding a hit of burnt orange.
Substitute a ruffled top for the usual white button-down for a dressier vibe.
A standard suit feels like something more unique when paired with this bright orange cardigan.
A scheme of gray, white, and navy is so crisp.
These striking blue pants are still close enough to a denim hue that they work as a neutral.
A fitted blazer tones down a dramatic, floor-sweeping skirt.
A fiery skirt paired with this cool dolman-sleeved top has a great artsy-modern air.