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Yes, Someone Designed a Reversible Suit, and It’s Actually Chic

There’s a new brand on the scene making women’s workwear a little less bleak. Argent, the clothing start-up founded by Sali Christeson and Eleanor Turner, is injecting a dose of flavor into the way women get dressed for work. The brand aims to make “functional clothes with attitude,” meaning there are no basic button-downs and crew-neck sweaters in sight; instead, you’ll find colorful suits in flattering silhouettes and multifunctional pieces you can wear out of the boardroom.

Argent’s newest breakthrough is a reversible two-piece pantsuit that’s solid gray on the “inside” and plaid on the reverse. Constructed from breathable, flexible fabric, the trousers are made to “feel like a sweatpant and look like a work pant,” the brand claims, making good on its promise to deliver smarter work items. Scroll below to shop our favorite picks from Argent’s fall collection and put some joy into your work wardrobe.

Crepe Crossover Blazer, $328; Cropped Flare, $228

Single Button Jacket, $328; Sleeveless Turtleneck, $218

Hi-Tech Ponte Pleated Skirt, $228; Sleeveless Turtleneck, $218; Glenplaid Blouse, $148

Argent Reversible Suit: Reversible Blazer, $378; Reversible Trouser, $248

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Yes, Someone Designed a Reversible Suit, and It’s Chic