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Friday, October 15, 2021

Tuesday’s Workwear Report: Dalton Blazer in Italian Cotton-Linen

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Our daily workwear reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices.

How many pink blazers is too many? Asking for a friend.

The Dalton blazer from J. Crew reminds me of the Schoolboy blazer that the brand used to offer. (It’s still available from J.Crew Factory, although I’m not a huge fan of the fabric.)

I love the slightly shrunken size for wearing over dresses, and the gold buttons are a great look. I would wear this jacket with dark rinse jeans and a tee in a more casual office, or paired with a darker pink sheath dress for a monochromatic look in a more formal setting.

The blazer is on sale for $139.50 (marked down from $198) at J.Crew and comes in sizes 00–24, petite sizes 00–12, and tall sizes 2–20. It also comes in honey brown and navy herringbone.

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Workwear Sales of Note (as of 3-15-21)

  • Nordstrom – Up to 80% off! Designer clearance continues also, up to 70% off. (Big sales on Natori bras!)
  • Anthropologie – Extra 25% off all sale items
  • Loft – Up to 40% off spring styles
  • Ann Taylor – 50% off 3+ full-price items; 40% off 2 full-price items; 30% off 1 full-price item; extra 40-60% off sale styles (ends 3/15)
  • Ann Taylor Factory – Extra 23% off; up to 60% off 100s of spring styles
  • Lands’ End – 30% off full-price styles
  • Banana Republic – 50% off your purchase
  • Eloquii – 50% of all tops, pants & denim
  • Talbots – 30% off entire purchase

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