Chic Power Suits to Wear Today

There is something special about a woman sporting a suit that transforms her into a total #bossbabe ready to conquer the world.

In a perfect scenario, you would work with a seamstress or a brand that can make something to fit your body to perfection, but that might not always be the case. The good news is that today many stores and boutiques carry suits in a vast array of models, colors, and sizes. The beauty of wearing a suit today is that you can wear it inside and outside the office. No longer we reserve a power suit for a job interview or to wear on special occasions. On the contrary, if paired with the proper footwear and accessories, we can wear one to go to the groceries or for happy hour with your girlfriends.

In the quest to finding the perfect suit, you can find them anywhere from Target to ASOS and, of course, locally at your town’s boutiques. However, today I wanted to walk you through some great finds I came across on Amazon. Each of these pieces is colorful, beautifully tailored, and ready to turn you into a total powerhouse.

SheIn Women’s 2 Piece Suit

This is one of my favorite finds because of the paper bag waist and the joyful color. If you want to dress it up, wear it with a red blouse and strappy sandals, or dress it down by wearing it with flat booties and a crop top.

Le Suit Women 1 Button Slim Pant Suit

What I love about this suit is the one-button on the jacket. This detail allows for less constraint, which is essential at all times. Pair it with chunky heels, and wear a top in a contrast color to achieve a color blocking effect.

LISUEYNE Women Two Pieces Jacket and Pant 

A red suit always calls for attention, and this is not the exception. When going for a bold hue like red, go for a neutral color on the top, and shoes. Unless you are looking to go with a monochromatic look, pair this suit with a white tee and combat boots to run errands or with delicate nude pumps and a beige blouse to the office.

Marycrafts Women’s Business Suit 

Although this is your classic navy suit, it does not mean it needs to be boring. Take it to the office but spice it up with a funky printed top and white loafers, and don’t forget the jewelry. Who said office wear had to be boring!

Susielady Women’s Two-Piece Striped Open Suit

A striped suit is my favorite to wear because of the print. The subtle color allows you to pair it with a white top, or go in the opposite direction, and add a punch with a purple or red top. Add some white sneakers, and your look is ready for any given Sunday.

SheIn Women’s Two Piece Suit

The high waist and ruffled belt pants on this suit allow for maximum comfort, so you can wear them all day if need be. Take this suit to the office and pair it with ankle boots and a printed blouse. Then, transition into happy hour by simply adding a statement belt in gold and strappy heels.

LISUEYNE Women’s Three Pieces Office Suit 

This suit screams wedding or dinner party! Ditch the traditional gown next time you have a major event and go for this three-piece suit. Pair it with a white blouse, nude pumps, and add a colorful bow tie to give it a nice contrast. Curl your hair a la Carrie Bradshaw and tada! You’ll be turning heads all night.

AK Beauty Women Peak Lapel Hot Pink Suit

Although I am not a big fan of hot pink, this gem hits the spot. The pink hue is perfect and can be worn in a casual setting by pairing it with sneakers and a soft pink tee, or you can bring it to the office by wearing it with a printed blouse and black pumps.

SheIn Women’s Two-Piece Plaid Suit

Plaid suits are a great combo to have in your closet, and for less than $40 you can take this one home. What I love about this suit is the big printed pattern, which makes it easy for any body type to rock. Wear it with a black top and shoes for a monochromatic look, or give it a different look by wearing a yellow top and white shoes.

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