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How to dress for work: good labels to look for

There is so many clothes out there that is a given, but there are specific makes and brands that tailor and make clothes to fit specific events and for specific requirements.

AT THE EXPENSIVE END Alexander McQueen does a selection of suits and jackets very sexy but appropriate too for work.

Chloe – blouses and dresses to take out a mortgage for.

Paul Smith for suits and dresses

Stella Mccartney specialises in tailoring and she seems to becoming into her rather fabulous prime.

Joseph – not exactly a label but a shop that understands the need to combine proper grown-up clothes with a good dollop of fashionable fizz. its rocker trousers are a staple in many a working woman’s wardrobe.

MIDDLE MARKET

Betty Jackson knows how to cut a jacket so that its feminine, easy to wear and slots into the working wardrobe.

Diane von Furstenberg’s dresses may be a bit ubiquitous, but she keeps ringing the changes with fabrics and colours.

Anna Sui does great dresses, some brilliantly demure in a kind of sexy nanny way. P

hillip Lim is a label stocked by http://www.net-a-ported.com that I love and that is reasonable priced for what he offers.

MaxMara usually has great coats, jackets and dresses.

Sara Berman does brilliantly wearable versions of hot fashion trends.

Jigsaw

Wallis

Jaeger

CHEAP END

Zara – for dresses, jackets and coats

Marks and Spencers – for good trousers and jackets. Check our the Limited Collection and Autograph.

Primark

Dorothy Perkins

hope you enjoyed reading this.

– Meru xo