Where to Buy Professional Clothes From

June 7, 2021

Look, no one wants to look like they're in their mid-forties when they're first starting out in their career. Professional outfits for women can be so stuffy and too mature at times, but below is a list of my favorite places to buy trendy, professional, work clothes for every budget!


Thrifting, Consignment, TJ Maxx, Walmart

I know there are some of you out there who don't like second hand clothing. I get it, but you're missing out. I bought my BEST fitting trousers at Goodwill, so you can't tell me anything. These stores are great for casual or business casual environments. I have some difficulty shopping at these places for suits or more professional settings. 

Lower - Mid range:

ASOS, Old Navy, Express, Loft, H&M, J. Crew Factory, NA-KD

These stores have great options for casual, business causal, and professional settings. Some of the stores like Express or Loft can be pricey. However, they do have really good on sale options or promotions consistently going on that make them more affordable. Before I check out from any store, I always check my email, Honey, or Retail Me Not for promo codes! 


Anne Taylor, & Other Stories, Mango, Everlane, ModCloth, J.Crew, Revolve, Nordstrom, Ted Baker

I'm just going to say it. If you can afford it, these are your best options to find clothes that are a little more professional. My only suggestion is, if you know you are in a highly professional role (financial services, law, executive recruiting, etc.) then you need 1-2 well-fitting suits. They should be in a neutral color like beige, gray, navy, or black. If your weight doesn't heavily fluctuate, suggest splurging on this. If you are in more business casual settings, I suggest buying and interview dress. This way, it can be dressed up with a blazer, or it's perfect as is for any situation. 

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