• The key to forcing yourself out of your workwear rut is to give yourself limited—yet exciting and vibrant—options. You can't go wrong by creating a chic capsule work wardrobe with great-fitting, beautiful pieces.

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  • The secret to being the most fashionable woman in the office is no longer a secret, thanks to this list by Forbes. It states that, to turn the office hallway into your personal catwalk, you should invest in workwear staples, avoid impulse buys, and restrict your purchases to styles that fit you perfectly.

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  • If you'd never think to match your lipstick to your stilettos, then you should check out this roundup by Who What Wear. It features 12 innovative ideas for shaking up your daily work wardrobe to look your absolute best.

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  • Because all jobs are different, there isn't one work wardrobe that works for everyone. Luckily, Elle.com has offered up a perfect outfit for women in a variety of fields. Whether you're a chef, a designer, a financial analyst, or a teacher, click through to this story for style inspiration.

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  • Want to shop for a great work outfit but not quite sure where to start? Look no further than your fingertips. There are several fashion apps that will direct you to the right pieces, including these 12 that were recommended by Harper's Bazaar.

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  • Getting a glam look can be tough when you don't own the basics. Be sure your closet contains classics including sheath dresses, midi skirts, fitted blazers, and pencil skirts. They'll serve as a chic canvas on which you can build endless, wow-worthy office outfits.

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  • There are some brands that just don't seem to understand workwear—and then there are some that never fail to get it right. If you love one-stop shopping and the ability to mix and match nearly anything in a store, then you should hit up Ann Taylor, Club Monaco, and the other retailers in this story. Each is known for stellar performance in the workwear department.

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