The Range: Pretty Blouses for Work

Sep 9, 2019

Pale pinks pair well with many fall neutrals — grey, camel, and ivory.  They add a bit of lightness and femininity to your work wardrobe.  Here are a few blouses in the palest pink hues.

Corner Office

Veronica Beard Tristen Blouse ($295) 

Cubicle Farm

Isolda Silk Satin Top ($136)

Front Desk

Karl Lagerfeld Paris Mockneck Top ($52)

Plus-Size

Nine West V-Neck Blouse ($10)

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  1. Julia says:

    The everlane pale pink clean silk shell is gorgeous too
    https://www.everlane.com/products/womens-clean-slk-shell-palepink?collection=womens-tops

    I have it in black and wear it at least once a week- drapes beautifully and looks crisp.

    • caitlin says:

      Thank you for this! I was just thinking that I needed to upgrade some of my work tops after my (polyester) LOFT cami got a snag the other day, creating a weird ruched line through the torso. Silk wouldn’t betray me like that, right?

      Do you follow the advice to dry clean, or would hand wash be enough?

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