Machine-Washable Work Clothes

Looking for machine-washable work clothes? Every Wednesday we include a wear-it-to-work recommendation that is machine washable -- you can see our most recent picks below. Don't miss some of our bigger articles on this topic, though, including:

Washable Workwear Wednesday: Oversized Shawl Belted Coat

I love the retro feel of this mid-weight jacket. I can imagine Joan from Mad Men wearing this, except hers would be bright purple or some other amazing jewel tone. I like how the wide neck flatters the collarbones and updates the classic trench coat but will still last through multiple fashion trend cycles. This seems like a jacket that would immediately elevate whatever else you’re wearing — I picture wearing it with my hair up (or for women with short haircuts), paired with statement earrings. It’s $260 at Lord & Taylor in black and khaki in sizes XS–XL. Donna Karan Oversized Shawl Belted Coat

Here’s a more affordable option as well as options in plus sizes and maternity (all machine washable as well).

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

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Washable Workwear Wednesday: Stellar Blazer

This is a great blazer from a company that I normally would not peruse for washable workwear. Even though it’s styled on the site with leggings, I can see it looking cute with cropped skinny pants and either heels or an interesting flat. Somewhat oversized and longer in the back, this blazer seems like it will be generous with your body and comfortable to move around in. Also, the fabric looks as if it will travel well, and this could be a great piece to wear if you need to travel with coworkers and still be professional while trying to stay comfortable. It’s $198, available in both regular and petite sizes. Athleta Stellar Blazer

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

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Washable Wednesday: Botanical Blooms Collared Top

Hopefully by making this pick for Washable Wednesday, I am willing springtime into existence. I like how this top has the blue and white stripes to keep the floral print plus Peter Pan collar from looking too froufrou, and the horizontal stripes plus middle pleat draws the eye up and down. Since my baby will pull on any necklace I wear, I am getting into interesting collars and necklines. I picture this top as one to throw on with a navy blue suit or blazer. I also enjoy a cap sleeve; it prevents me from having to wear a tank top around the office if I want to remove my blazer, and it cuts down on the shoulder bulk when the blazer is on. I like the way it’s styled in the photo with jeans, but maybe not the floral on floral as they have shown. Toughen it up with some boyfriend jeans for the weekend. The top is $69 at Nordstrom. CeCe Botanical Blooms Collared Top

Psst: Stock is running low, but the top is also available at Zappos if it sells out at Nordstrom. There’s a button-front, long-sleeved version at Nordstrom as well.

Here’s a plus-size option.

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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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Washable Workwear Wednesday: Plaid Pencil Skirt

plaid pencil skirtOooh, I like this skirt — I’m a fan of a wide plaid in a sedate color ANYWAY, but the different fabric lay on the side solves one of my biggest pet peeves with affordable clothes and prints: the way the patterns line up is often very, very off. (This was my biggest problem with all of the Pleione tops at Costco’s website that readers were so excited about a while ago.) This looks stylish, interesting, and avoids the issue of “how do the prints line up” in a chic way. The skirt is $79, available in regular and petite sizes 0-16 — there are a few matching plaid pieces, like this pretty peplum top for 40% off, if you want more of a look. Pictured:  Plaid Pencil Skirt

Psst: I’m invariably hunting through our own archives to see which machine washable work clothes we’ve recommended recently, so I’m going to add a button on our sidebar to make it easier to find.

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

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Washable Workwear Wednesday: Wrap Neckline Dress

Mango has a bunch of cute stuff right now, and a lot of it is machine washable. I like this wrap neckline dress because it has a little bit of an unusual line but still looks really wearable. It’s washable but not tumble dry — I suppose that’s a question for another post, whether or not anyone is trying to tumble dry their dresses. It comes in red, black, and navy in sizes 2–10 and is $80. Wrap Neckline Dress

Two plus-size options are at Bloomingdale’s and Nordstrom.

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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