Ready to Work Style with RW&Co.

Updated: May 24



Working from home can get “blurry.” You never leave your house, so you wear whatever you want. It’s really easy to wear PJs all day— and I mean everyday. All the days feel the same, and you kind of want something different. If you want to spice it up, dressing up like you are going to your workplace, can make all the difference. To me if I’m going to dress up at home, the fabrics better be stretchy and comfortable, but look chic.


I’m excited to partner with RW&Co, to create a look that is equally chic, but super comfortable for working from home. These pieces are from their upcoming spring collection. I love the feminine details and neutral colors. In choosing my pieces, it all came down to the fabrics that were used, and having loose-fitting cuts.



White Cotton Blouse

The body of the blouse is made of 100% cotton, which makes it breathable and super comfortable. I love the linen-like puffy sleeves, and the cute patterns embedded into them. This is a comfortable top because it is breathable and loose fitting. The puffy sleeves give it a chic touch, transforming the simple white tee.


Navy “Work” Pants

I like to call these pants the “work” pants because of how they look. The official way to explain it, is that it’s a high-waisted tapered leg crepe pant. Crepe just really refers to the fabric. It has a silky-like feel, and because it is high-waisted, my hips feel free and not constrained, like I would be feel in more fitted pants. It has a cute, removable waist sash. I love to tie it up into a bow, because it looks feminine and chic.


Pink Stretchy Blazer

If you are feeling a little bit chilly, or want to up the vibe, adding a blazer can be the way to go. This blazer is not stiff at all and made of stretchy material, which makes it more comfortable to wear at home. It is definitely something to add to your outfit, especially for those Zoom meetings.



All in all, check out the new collection from RW&Co. They are one of the best places to find fashionable ready to work pieces, to “work-from-anywhere.” ||