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Jonathan Simkhai Resort ’14 Is A Working Woman's Dream

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    Jonathan Simkhai has just made our weekday mornings a heck of a lot less stressful thanks to his resort ’14 collection, which, in our opinion, is a comprehensive office ‘do’. With classic below-the-knee skirts, monochromatic ensembles, and finely tailored bomber jackets, our work wear has practically been picked out for us.

    Leather accents reminiscent of his fall ’13 collection were back again, but this time, more fitted pieces give way to a seriously sophisticated look. A palette rich in black, navy, metallic, and gold add to the collection’s elegance and, might we add, are staples to a (fashionable) working woman’s wardrobe. Give your hair a deep middle part, apply minimal makeup, and your look will have your boss wondering if perhaps it's time for a promotion. Hey, it's possible!

    Click through to see these ready-to-wear looks, and dream about how many more times you’ll be able to hit that snooze button.

    Photos: Courtesy of Jonathan Simkhai

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