J.Crew has had such a strong showing this year with their spring line-up, but their classic, work pieces should never be ignored. I work in finance, so simple colors and classic styles are the norm. For years now, J.Crew has offered a few tall work wear pieces, but, as I’ve mentioned before, the breadth of choice now is really exciting.This top is great for work or a night out. It’s flowy, but also, somewhat form-fitting, which I really like. It’s also simple, but so versatile. You can pair this with so many different types of jewelry, but, here, I paired it with pearls for a classic look.This skirt is the perfect length, and the fabric and construction is excellent. I, also, really love how the slit in the back isn’t too revealing. Too often, dresses and skirts that are supposed to be office appropriate have a slit in the back that goes up too high, and/or is too wide. This skirt has neither issue.I normally like to pair pencil skirts with heels, but for this look, I chose my nude Tory Burch flats. I absolutely love these flats, and they are, unfortunately, no longer available! I bought these last year as soon as I saw them, and they aren’t available these season, but I did link something similar here.This Kate Spade bag has been in a warm weather staple for me for two years now, and I am sure it will get more use this spring and summer, as well. It is a beautiful bag that is deceptively large. Also, the straps come off, turning this crossbody bag into a clutch. Today, they have a very similar bag available, and linked here.