Makeup Monday: Instant Age Rewind

Readers love this concealer! It’s supposed to be great for erasing dark circles, and it’s got 3,000+ reviews on Amazon with a 4.3/5.0 rating — and the price is right! I’ve used it and liked it — I finished the container — but I think I had the wrong color for my skin. (There are several Amazon comments with tips on finding the right shade.) The options are fair, light, medium, and honey, as well as a neutralizer and brightener. You can find the concealer at Amazon, Ulta, and your local drugstore. Maybelline New York Instant Age Rewind

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Budget Thursday: Classic Pencil Skirt

We’re featuring this very highly reviewed pencil skirt in the “brilliant berry” color, which looks lovely, but it also comes in seven other colors, in sizes 2-18. It just looks like a great, simple pencil skirt — it’s hard to go wrong with this one, and the price is right at $29.98. Classic Pencil Skirt, Only at Macy’s

Here’s a plus-size option at Macy’s.

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Washable Workwear Wednesday: V-Neck Blouse

We’re featuring the white dotted version of this simple, V-neck blouse from H&M, but it also comes in red and black — and if you zoom in on black you can see some nice seaming details on the shoulder. This great, classic blouse is machine washable, and it’s part of H&M Conscious (although I’m not sure what aspect of it makes it more sustainable). FYI, as I’ve noted before, if your kids need organic cotton undies or anything like that, the H&M Conscious line is affordable and generally great. This top is $25 at H&M in sizes 2-16. V-Neck Blouse

Here’s a plus-size option (unfortunately not labeled machine washable — but it is “dry clean” and not “dry clean only“).

Looking for other washable workwear? See all of our recent recommendations for washable clothes for work, or check out our roundup of the best brands for washable workwear.

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Accessory Tuesday: Total Motion Adelyn Ghillie Flat

We posted the simple ballet flat version of this over at Corporette last week because readers had been really raving about it, but personally, I always find that something with straps or laces is more comfortable, especially with this shock-absorbing sole and cushioned footbed, so this is the version I’m considering. If you like the Ghillie sandal with the laces and the crisscross details but you want a zipper in the back because you’re a busy mom who doesn’t have a lot of time for laces anymore, this is the shoe for you. It comes in sizes 5-11 and it’s available in medium and wide widths at Nordstrom. Total Motion Adelyn Ghillie Flat (also in black)

Psst: Looking for a ballet flat for work or a comfortable heel? Check out our roundups!

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Maternity Monday: Essential Maternity Blazer

We’ve featured this blazer a bunch of times in the past, and this new black space dye speckle looks really cute. Whether or not you really need a maternity blazer is debatable, but if you want to have something that definitely buttons over your belly, this one from Tart Maternity is great. It’s on sale, too ($103 from $148), and it comes in sizes XS-L. Essential Maternity Blazer

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Building a maternity wardrobe for work? Check out our page with more suggestions along both classic and trendy/seasonal lines.

Family Friday: New Jammies

If you have a kid who’s had eczema or other skin problems (or in general if you like to buy organic cotton), you know that pajamas can make a big difference — and that they’re normally fantastically expensive. And of course, because they’re organic cotton, they never seem to last long either. We keep buying this brand, New Jammies, which go as low as $16 per pair at Amazon. They’re cute and they come in short and long sets, and for summertime this cotton pajama shorts set is cute. There are tons of patterns to choose from, too. I highly recommend the brand. New Jammies

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