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Washable Workwear Wednesday: Belleville Top

washable Belleville top!!We’ve featured The Fold’s gorgeous origami-like jacket/top before on Corporette — but I had NOT noticed that it’s part of their “easy care” line. What now? They have a ton of beautiful, interesting clothes that are all hand washable (which, to my mind, means “machine wash on delicate cycle,” but that’s me.) Lots of great possibilities here if you’re looking to splurge on something special for your work wardrobe, but don’t want to negotiate on washability. The top is $255, at The Fold.  Belleville Top

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: Davey Pump

Franco Sarto Davey This shoe has some really solid reviews over at Zappos (and, whoa, Amazon has a ton of colors) — and given that it’s from one of the readers’ favorite brands for comfortable heels, Franco Sarto, I’m not that surprised. I like the lowish heel (2.5″) combined with the straps (I find a good ankle strap so comfortable!) — I’ll bet it looks great with everything from tights, bare legs, pants, and more. There’s even a zipper for the flustered mom who can’t take the time with buckles anymore. It’s $99 at Zappos.  Franco Sarto Davey

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Maternity Monday: Twist-Front T-Shirt Dress

maternity t-shirt dressT-shirt dresses can be a bit on the casual side for a conservative office — but provided they’re opaque and in good shape without pilling or the like, you can often dress them up with enough jewelry and accessories to make the casual-ness of the dress fade away. This twist-front dress from Old Navy looks like a great option for just that — add some classic heels, a set of pearls, a watch, and you’re in business. It’s normally $36, but today it comes down to $26 in your bag — it’s available in navy, black, and orange in size XS-XXL. Twist-Front T-Shirt Dress

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

Holiday Weekend Open Thread

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Corporette readers recently recommended The Hating Game by Sally Thorne, and I read it and really loved it! It was very funny — as the publisher describes it, it’s “a hilarious and sexy workplace comedy all about that thin, fine line between hate and love.” (If you like books by Sophie Kinsella, I think you’d like this.) I’m excited about this new author, too — it’s her debut novel. I will note there were a few face-palm moments of “Why is the heroine being so dense?!” but that’s par for the course in a rom-com sort of book. So if you’re looking for something to read over the holiday weekend, or if you’ve got spring break coming up, do take a look The Hating Game, which is $9.44 at Amazon. The Hating Game: A Novel

Psst: Happy holidays to everyone celebrating this weekend!

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Family Thursday: Bathtub Fingerpaint Soap

bathtub fingerpaint soapI chanced upon these sold individually at Target for something like $1-$3 each, and bought the three primary colors. Of course I realized too late that my youngest absolutely adores them: I can’t find them in any Target right now. Amazon comes through as always, though, but for a bit more — this pack of 6 is $29 at Amazon (and almost sold out, but I’m showing it because it was the exact label that ours had). This other pack of 6 is only $24 — we’ve ordered but haven’t used them yet. Pictured: Bathtub Fingerpaint Soap

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