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Comfortable Clothes That Look Professional

March 26, 2011

1. Pajama Jeans

Photo Source: Rajiv ashrafi on Flickr

With the popularity of “jeggings” (jean leggings) comes the conception of “Pajama Jeans.”  They’re supposed to be as comfortable as a pair of pajama pants with the look of denim jeans.   The truth is, most jeggings are now made to more closely resemble a true pair of jeans.  No need too spend too much on a real pair of Pajama Jeans.  Try a department store like JC Penneys or Kohls for a pair of mock-jeans.

2. Cotton High-Waisted Skirt

Photo Source: Huzzah Vintage on Flickr

High waisted skirts look professional but they do not have to be uncomfortable.  Choose a skirt made with cotton and you’ll be comfortable as well as chic.

3. Sweater Vests

Photo Source: JessJamesJake on Flickr

Regular vests can be a bit stiff, but sweater vests are comfortable and cozy.  Layer it over a collared shirt and you are good to go.

4. Loafers

Photo Source: sflovestory on Flickr

Loafers give off a look of class and sophistication but that does not mean that they are all uncomfortable.   Once you find the right pair you can get away with pairing these suckers with a suit.

5. Cardigans

Photo Source: Mr T. in DC on Flickr

The trusty cardigan is perfect for a drafty office or to cover up bare shoulders.  They are widely accepted as appropriate for any situation and they are really comfortable!

My favorite places to shop for professional attire:

  • H&M
  • Charlotte Russe
  • Express
  • TJ Maxx
  • Wet Seal
  • Joyce Leslie

What are some of your favorite places to find professional looking attire?

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