Suit of the Week: Ministry of Supply

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.

If anyone is looking for a wheelchair-friendly suit (or other adaptive workwear), it’s nice to see that Ministry of Supply has adaptive pants that match their blazers.

I must admit that I’m not totally familiar with adaptive work clothes — I’ve bought some of the adaptive kids’ clothing at Target for my kids because my youngest hates tags in general. Readers who need (or prefer) adaptive workwear, I’d love to hear from you — what are some of your favorite brands and spots to look?

For those not familiar with the term, adaptive clothing can be wheelchair-friendly clothing, or clothing that has velcro or snaps that let you remove it easily or access unusual places (for feeding tubes, colostomy bags, etc.). It can also mean tagless, seamless clothing for those with sensory processing issues. Here’s the Wikipedia page about it.

The pictured suit pants are $148, and the matching blazer is $348.

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Workwear sales of note for 10.7.21

  • Nordstrom – 1,000+ new markdowns — up to 60% off dresses, tops, jeans and more!
  • Ann Taylor – 30-40% off your purchase
  • The Outnet – Tons of great deals on Furstenberg dresses and tops.
  • Loft – 40% off your purchase
  • J.Crew – 30% off sweaters, outerwear, and more; extra 50% off sale styles
  • Brooks Brothers – Sale styles up to 70% off
  • Lands’ End – Up to 40% off your order
  • Eloquii – 400+ styles starting at $19; up to 50% off everything else
  • Anthropologie – 1,000+ new sale items

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