TV Politico-Inspired Workwear You Can Actually Afford

Rue La La is helping you achieve the looks of some of television's best dressed candidates for less with its latest sale.

Polished Politico-Inspired Work Wear You Can Actually Afford
Source: CBS, Netflix, HBO

The verdict is in: Some of television's best dressed characters hail from the corporate ladder of the legal system. From presidential candidates and DC wives to Chicago-dwelling litigators, TV's judicial characters are ahead in the polls when it comes to professional wardrobe inspiration. While we help you identify the designer duds worn by the leading ladies of the small screen, usually their coveted closet items prove to be an investment. Fortunately, Rue La La overrules the belief that workwear should be so costly with its latest sale inspired by the leading ladies of The Good Wife, House of Cards and Veep

"All of these women have mastered power dressing that’s tailored to each of their respective professions. Alicia has suiting down to a science; she looks appropriate and polished whether she’s commanding the courtroom or meeting with a judge. Claire’s look is a bit sexier; she looks and plays the part of the 'political wife,' [and] seeing her as the First Lady will be fun. Selina spends most of her days making public appearances, so she is dressing for the crowds and the cameras."

–Jackie Nasser, fashion director of Rue La La

Ann Klein Coat, $80, and Dress, $60; Raymond Weil Watch, $700; Honora Ring, $130; CZ by Kenneth Jay Lane Earrings, $26; Elaine Turner Purse, $136; Charley Pumps, $60; Tahari by ASL Suit, $90, at ruelala.com 
Ann Klein Coat, $80, and Dress, $60; Raymond Weil Watch, $700; Honora Ring, $130; CZ by Kenneth Jay Lane Earrings, $26; Elaine Turner Purse, $136; Charley Pumps, $60; Tahari by ASL Suit, $90, at ruelala.com 
(Source: Rue La La)

Suited for all budgets, the flash sale features close to 200 items of sophisticated dresses and suiting separates ($30–$600), office-appropriate handbags ($136–$3,400), fashionable footwear ($60–$700) and timeless jewelry ($20–$9,600). While most of the items are attainable alternatives to their fictional fine tastes, the more costly pieces are from many of their beloved labels. 

Before the sale closes on Monday, suit up like your favorite small-screen stars for less, here

Associate Editor at StyleBistro. California native, Brooklyn resident & country girl at heart. Follow me on Twitter: @katie_ddavidson Follow me: Google
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