Reese Witherspoon Wears A Leather Jacket To The Office

Sure, Reese Witherspoon doesn't have your typical 9-to-5. And, her workplace is a far cry from your average corporate setting. But, that doesn't mean she doesn't dress up to head to the office. To take care of business yesterday, Witherspoon donned some textbook professional pieces — a classic button-down and power pumps — with a special twist, and paired them with off-duty staples. Instead of your average, solid blouse, the actress switched it up with some stripes-meet-polka-dots pattern play from Emily Current and Meritt Elliott's new line, The Great — also a favorite of Mandy Moore's.

Cropped, slim-fit jeans gave Reese's suede Manolo Blahniks plenty of breathing room. And, accepting the reality that one tote is never enough, Reese double bagged it to her office. With an Isabel Marant Étoile leather moto jacket cooly draped on her shoulders, Witherspoon definitely looked ready to get down to business. 

For most of us non-Hollywood folk, this look will have to wait until the weekend. So, we'll copy Reese's midday look to run errands when we're off the clock. And, you can, too, with our Witherspoon-inspired picks, below.
Reese is wearing a The Great top, Isabel Marant Étoile jacket, Manolo Blahnik shoes, and The Row bag.
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