Fashion: Office Dessing Decoded

Neutrals tones, classic cuts and comfortable separates have long been the building blocks of a stylish work-wear wardrobe

Reitmans has created a 15-piece collection, labeled 9.5.7., to take the guesswork out of dressing for the office.

Neutrals tones, classic cuts and comfortable separates have long been the building blocks of a stylish work-wear wardrobe. But sometimes making all those individual elements—blazers, skater skirts, dress jeans and button-up shirts—work together to form a cohesive look can be a challenge.

Ever the brand pushing to solve women’s sartorial stumpers, Reitmans has created a 15-piece collection, labeled 9.5.7., to take the guesswork out of dressing for the office. Launching the collection this week, Reitmans has designed each piece to be mixed and matched seamlessly with any other item. This Canadian retailer just took the “work” out of work wear.

 

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