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Suit of the Week: M.M.LaFleur

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For busy working women, the suit is often the easiest outfit to throw on in the morning. In general, this feature is not about interview suits for women, which should be as classic and basic as you get — instead, this feature is about the slightly different suit that is fashionable, yet professional.

I’m always looking for pieces that can do double (or even triple) duty, and my suits are no exception.

M.M.LaFleur’s Emalis Jacket looks like a traditional, structured blazer, but its bracelet-length sleeves, belt, and bright color give it a novel look. As with all of M.M.LaFleur’s apparel, this jacket also sports some practical features like deep pockets and wrinkle resistant fabric.

The Emalis Jacket also has several matching pieces. For a more traditional full suit look, pair it with the Cobble Hill Skirt or Constance Dress. For something more fun and relaxed, try it with the Fletcher Short. (FYI, we did a poll on shorts suits years ago!) If that’s not enough options, I think it also would look great with a pair of wide-leg camel trousers.

The jacket is $325 and is currently available in 0P–16 in the pictured poppy as well as safari (an earthy green). The matching pieces range from $165–$225. Right now, save 15% when you buy the jacket with a coordinating piece.

This red Tahari ASL skirt suit also has a belted jacket and is on sale for $133; it comes in sizes 2–18. Le Suit has another more affordable suit (in a slightly softer shade of red); it’s available in sizes 4–18 (on sale for $101) and 14W–24W ($240 full price).

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