Suit of the Week: Ann Taylor

light blue pants suit

light blue pants suit

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.

You know, I don’t think I would have realized that there really is a “blue suit season” had I not done such an early post about how much I loved my light blue suits and thought they were incredibly versatile. But every year, right as it starts to turn to spring, retailers come out with blue suits. (Much like they do with white blazers!) It always makes me happy in some weird way.

(I do update the original post with a mini-hunt every year, but haven’t done it yet this year… stay tuned!)

This “cool azul” suit from Ann Taylor looks fabulous – I love that it’s in their washable, wrinkle-resistant Double Knit fabric, and I’m always a fan of pintucks in pants like these have.

{related: what is the best Ann Taylor suiting line?}

The blazer is available in petite, tall, and regular sizes 00-18 for $189. They have a ton of matching pieces (high rise pants, straight pants, ankle pants, curvy pants, trouser pants), two dresses, as well as some complementary pieces like this gingham tweed jacket.

Note that some of the “cool azul” pieces on the site have very different color temperatures – the blazer pictured at top feels bright and light, whereas some feel like a dusty blue cornflower. (Toggle between the “tall” and “regular” version of this dress to see what I mean.) I think both are really versatile and pretty colors, but if the exact shade matters to you, do swing by a store to check it out.

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