Washable Workwear Wednesday: Scuba Sheath Dress

Ooh: this washable sheath dress reminds me of the much (much) more expensive Ted Baker twofer dresses that have been so popular — but I kind of like this one better because it’s washable, sleeveless, and the dark colors of the patterned skirt and solid top are perfect for working moms who may want to hide a multitude of stains. This dress was $128, but comes down to $78 in the Nordstrom Winter Sale — nice! Scuba Sheath Dress

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Washable Workwear Wednesday: Samantha Bell-Sleeve Dress

I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: Hobbs’ styles are often appropriate for work and are almost always washable. The brand is a great find if you’re looking for something more on the conservative side of things. Note that it’s not necessarily a budget pick — this dress is almost $300 — but it’s a good option if you’re looking for something made with quality that’s also washable. I like the happy blue of this dress, which I think is sedate but also bright. Note that Hobbs has a ton of bell-sleeve dresses right now in various colors and prints that are all washable as well. It’s a brand to keep an eye on and a nice style of dress as well. Sizes for the dress pictured are 6–18 (UK) / 2–14 (U.S.), and code LOVE will bring the price down from $290 to $232. Samantha Bell-Sleeve Dress

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Washable Workwear Wednesday: Machine-Washable Merino Vee

Did you know that Banana Republic has machine washable merino sweaters? They come in petite and regular sizes in colors like cobalt, burgundy, and gray heather — and they have a lot of great reviews. The pictured sweater was originally $68 and is marked down to $53.99. Machine-Washable Merino Vee

For a plus-size option, try this Lord & Taylor merino wool cardigan, which comes in eight colors in 0X–3X. (It’s labeled hand wash rather than machine wash, however.) It’s marked down from $94 to $34.99, and right now you can get an extra 20% off with code LTLOVE. That brings you down to $27.99!

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Washable Workwear Wednesday: Ponte Bell Sleeve Top

I was just about to link to this highly rated (and machine washable) bell-sleeve blouse at Nordstrom when I looked at some of the images and thought, hmmn, that bell sleeve is WAY too dramatic for work. By contrast, this Lands’ End top is just right — it’s got a ruffle detail in a nod to the trend, it’s machine washable, it’s flattering in that classic way — and it’s less than $50. Nice. Pictured: Ponte Bell Sleeve Top

Two plus-size options are at Nordstrom and Lord & Taylor.

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Washable Workwear Wednesday: Ribbed Open-Front Cardigan

This cardigan/jardigan is noteworthy in a few respects. First: it’s machine washable, which is always great. Second, it’s$19 on “last act” sale at Macy’s — available in 8 colors, sizes XS-XXL. Third, call me crazy, but this looks like a pretty good $20 dupe for some of the other jardigans out there right now that are generally $200+. I like it as styled here, but might also try it with a wide belt if I wanted a bit more of a tailored look. This similar cardigan is $16 and comes in olive and navy. Pictured: Ribbed Open-Front Cardigan

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Washable Workwear Wednesday: Knit Blazer

Machine-washable blazers can be tough to find, so I was excited to see this one from workwear brand Nic & Zoe — I always think of the brand for having a ton of popular, classic pieces for workwear (such as this 4-way cardigan, this skirt/dress, or these pants) — and as a bonus many of them are machine washable. I like the simple lines of this blazer, the light lines, and the fact that it’s not only machine wash — it’s tumble dry. Whoa. It’s $158, at Nordstrom. Knit Blazer

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