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6 Best Websites for Professional Clothing

By: Caroline Forrest
Jun 26, 2020 • 2 min read

What’s your brand??

Finding professional clothing to wear can be a burden. How do you know what to wear in the office without breaking the budget? Here is a list of the best online retailers to update your closet with professional clothing, for a budget that works for you. We have provided the cost of two items (standard blazer and slim-fit pant) to serve as a price comparison between brands. The best part about these retailers is, they have a variety of items that range from high-end to budget-friendly. Check them out below!

Banana Republic

Classic-Fit Washable Blazer: $179

Modern Sloan Skinny-Fit Washable Pant: $89.50

Banana Republic has a wide range of reasonably-priced items that are perfect for filling out your wardrobe. Their clothes are great if you’re looking for quality staple pieces for day-to-day outfits. They offer free shipping on orders above $50, as well as a ‘, buy online, pick up in-store’ option. Additionally, there are always sales and deals available on their website, so checking it regularly will help you find the best prices.


Shawl-Collar Jacket: $44.99

Ankle Length Slacks: $14.99

H&M is one of our absolute favorite places to shop for last-minute professional clothing. They have a vast range of clothing from much higher-end to very budget-friendly. They also have an awesome sense of the newest fashions, and great sales for every season. H&M is a great retail store for those just starting out in the corporate world. They have everything from blazers and booties to slacks and accessories. Give them a try!


The Easy Blazer: $128

The Slim Wool Pant: $115

Everlane is a company whose items are made with ethically sourced materials in factories that adhere to high standards of safety for their workers. Their brand is focused on making pieces that stand the test of time, classic pieces that you will be able to wear no matter what trends come and go. Because Everlane runs on a direct-to-consumer model, the prices you pay are only slightly higher than the cost to make each item. According to their website, traditional retailers sell their items at 5 to 6 times the cost of production, while Everlane only has increases the price 2 to 3 times.

Ann Taylor

The One-Button Blazer in Seasonless Stretch: $169

The Ankle Pant in Seasonless Stretch: $98

Ann Taylor has been providing women with clothing for the professional sphere since the 1950s, and their brand remains one of the most trusted sources for an office-appropriate wardrobe. Ann Taylor is a great place to look for good quality and decent prices, and their style is conservative enough to wear to work without being drab or boring. They also have a sister-brand called Loft, which provides slightly more casual pieces for your everyday outfits.


Women Stretch Jacket: $79.90

Women EZY 2-Way Stretch Ankle-Length Pants: $39.90

The clothing at Uniqlo boasts very simple versions of staple pieces at prices that are difficult to beat. Their clothing concept is called LifeWear, which according to the Uniqlo website, means is “simple, high-quality, everyday clothing with a practical sense of beauty, ingenious in detail, designed with life’s needs in mind, and always evolving.” Uniqlo also uses ethically-sourced material and promotes recycling and minimization of waste through the recycling of their clothes. Compared to the above brands, the clothing is a bit looser in terms of fit, and the overall aesthetic is slightly more casual.

Of Mercer

Montgomery Blazer: $165

Hanover Pants: $185

Of Mercer is an NYC based clothing brand “designed for women, by women.” Even though the fabrics and materials used are high-quality, the clothing remains reasonably priced since it is mostly sold online to avoid all the typical retailer markups. The clothes are made in one of 5 factories in the New York Garment District, which means the quality and production are supervised daily by the Of Mercer team.

What is your favorite place to shop for professional clothing? Let us know! Check out our blog on what to wear to an interview for more tips.