Where to Buy Cheap Stylish Work Clothes Online

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Adding new pieces to your work wardrobe can be budget friendly — you just have to know where to look! Since we’re all about helping you find the best deals online, we’ve rounded up some online stores where you can get stylish work clothes for affordable prices.

Right now, it’s a really great time to shop for work clothes as as many sites are having big summer clearance sales. For instance, Banana Republic Factory has deals up to 50% off sitewide with an additional 15% off on top of that, which is an amazing offer already. But if you want to score the best deals on the chicest work-appropriate styles, we recommend checking out their clearance section where everything is an extra 50% off. With a discount that good, you can score a $130 blazer for $45. You definitely don’t want to miss out.

We’ve rounded up some of the best places to find stylish and affordable clothes for work. Check those out below.

Pretty Little Liars Creator Addresses Tyler Blackburn Cameo

You can’t get anything past Pretty Little Liars fans.

In the fourth episode of the HBO Max spin-off Original Sin, Noa (Maia Reficco) finds a bottle of oxycodone in her mother Marjorie’s (Elena Goode) purse. Once the label on the bottle comes into focus, it’s clear that it’s not Marjorie’s name on the prescription. Instead, it’s a name that means an awful lot to fans of the original series: Caleb Rivers.

Caleb Rivers was played by Tyler Blackburn on Pretty Little Liars, Rosewood’s resident rebel who goes on to marry Hanna (Ashley Benson) at the end of the series.

So, what was Caleb’s name doing on the pill bottle?

“If you’re going to show a close-up of a pill bottle,” Original Sin executive producer Lindsay Calhoon Bring teased to TVLine, “you might as well make it connect to the original series.”

As for what that means for Caleb’s potential involvement in the series—well, don’t get your hopes up.

Mikayla Nogueira Buys House After Starting on TikTok With “Nothing”

TikToker Mikayla Nogueira is a homeowner. 

The beauty influencer—who is known for her entertaining makeup tutorials and reviews—announced on her TikTok that she bought a house after saving up for two years. She captioned the Aug. 9 video, “I am so sorry for being an absolute mess in this video. I truly couldnt [sic] help it. I tried filming this video so many times. Im [sic] so excited and happy.”

“I can’t believe I’m going to say this,” the choked up 23-year-old said. “Get ready with me to go see my new house.”

Mikayla, who got engaged to partner Cody last year, said they are packing up their current place in Massachusetts to set up their first house

Fighting back tears, Mikayla explained why this moment means so much to her. “When I started this career two years ago, I started with nothing. I had nothing,” she said. “And I’m going to be honest with you. I never thought I would own a house in my life.”

Beverly Hills, 90210 Actress Denise Dowse in Coma

Many of Denise’s friends and fans left comments of well wishes on the post, including her former co-star Ian Ziering, who wrote, “Sending prayers and hopes for better days ahead.”

Denise may be best known for her roles as Mrs. Teasley on the iconic teen drama Beverly Hills, 90210, which ran for 10 seasons from 1991 to 2000, and as Judge Rebecca Damsen on the CBS drama series The Guardian from 2001 to 2004.

She also appeared in numerous films, including Starship Troopers, Bio-DomePleasantville, Dr. Dolittle 2, Requiem for a Dream, Eulogy, Ray and Reign Over Me.

Drake Is Hilariously Offended by Dad’s Tattoo of His Face

Drake is not showin’ fake love towards this tattoo.

Drake took to Instagram to poke fun at his dad Dennis Graham‘s tattoo—which happens to be a portrait of Drake’s face. “I was just sitting here thinking why you do me like this,” the rapper wrote on Aug. 8, “We family,” he added, along with laughing-crying emojis to get the joke across.

Guess it’s safe to assume Drake isn’t a fan of the ink, which was done nearly five years ago. And since that first tattoo session, Dennis has done his best to get the tattoo changed.

“Hahaha I had 16 people to try and straighten this out,” Dennis commented, “they’re hurting me.”

In a separate comment, Dennis added, “I love you and miss you.”

While Drake has been known to have a few portrait tattoos of his own—such as Lil Wayne, Denzel Washington, and even his dad’s mugshot—the “One Dance” singer wasn’t the one who dreamed up Dennis’ tattoo.

Back in 2017, celebrity tattoo artist Money Mike told E! News that “it was Dennis’ idea.”

Normani Says She Has “Real Life S–t” Going on in Her Personal Life

Normani wants to set the record straight when it comes to her motivation. 

The Fifth Harmony alum alluded to some recent challenges in her life while clapping back on claims that her dedication to her music career has been put on the back burner. 

“No idea where Normani’s motivation (no pun intended) has gone but I just dont see the same passion from her as I used to,” one Twitter user wrote in a since-deleted message, per Billboard. “Before yall start, its not depression so dont even go THERE!” 

A second user claimed that it’s simply “What happens when you’ve gotten comfortable and you’re not HUNGRY anymore.” 

But Normani gave a fierce response on Aug. 9, tweeting back at the user to “just shut the f–k up.”

Some fans also came to Normani’s defense, with fashion illustrator Hayden Williams gave some insight into what the 26-year-old might be going through. “It’s so interesting that people that have no clue what it’s like to be in the music industry & the complexities that can come with that,” Hayden tweeted, “but will dish out unwanted & rude opinions all the time smh.”

Your Guide to the Standout Styles From Love Island USA Season 4

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The cast is looking for romance on Love Island USA and the viewers at home are here for the drama, friendships, and the fashions. There are so many outfit changes during each episode. The cast is serving up looks during every scene. If you watch reality TV shows wondering where the cast shopped for their clothes, you’re in the right place because we’ve been keeping track of everything all season long.

We have been updating this list of the swimsuits the cast wore throughout Season 4. Plus, we found Sereniti Springs‘ UGG slippers, Deb Chubb’s iconic eye mask, and the hair products the women use in the villa. Next on the agenda? The clothes.

If you are looking for a killer girls’ night out look, vacation apparel, or some summer must-haves, the Love Island women have given us plenty of fashion inspo. Check out the most memorable looks below and make sure to bookmark this page because we will continuously update this list of fashion finds.

Mandy Moore Reveals Whether She’d Return for Princess Diaries 3

Mandy Moore is ready for another chapter of The Princess Diaries.

During a recent appearance on The Drew Barrymore Show, the actress-singer, who played school bully Lana Thomas to Anne Hathaway‘s Mia Thermopolis in the 2001 movie, said she “would be game” to reprise her role. While she did miss out on appearing in the 2004 sequel The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement, the 38-year-old shared a few ideas on how her “mean” character could be incorporated into the story despite being Mia’s nemesis in the first flick.

“She’s done a 180,” Mandy pitched to host Drew Barrymore. “She’s turned her life around and she and Mia become really good friends.”

However, as the This Is Us star noted, she’s only heard “rumors that are out in the zeitgeist” about a potential third film and is actually unclear if a follow-up is being developed.

“I have no idea,” said Mandy, who described the first movie as “a pivotal, seminal moment” in her life. “I have heard nothing about it.”

See Ben Higgins and Nick Viall Test Their Bachelor Knowledge

How well do besties Ben Higgins and Nick Viall know each other’s Bachelor Nation history?

Competing to find out who is the better cook on the August 9 episode of E!’s Celebrity Beef, the former Bachelor stars and BFFs put their knowledge of the franchise to the test in this sneak peek.

“Question No. 1 is for Ben,” host Joel McHale says in the preview. “Did Nick ever lick whipped cream off of one of the women in his season?” After Ben correctly responds with “yes,” Nick challenges his opponent’s response.

“Doesn’t he have to name who?” the Viall Files podcast host asks, to which Joel jokingly responds, “No. E! didn’t go that far with the research.”

The next question is for Nick, who is asked if Ben ever went skinny-dipping on his season of The Bachelor. Nick answers “no,” bringing the score up to one point each.

Ben’s next question is, “Did Nick get a First Impression Rose on either of the first two seasons of The Bachelorette he was on?”

Jennette McCurdy Gives New Perspective on Her Mom After Years of Abuse

Jennette McCurdy has written her way into a new mindset.

The Nickelodeon star reflected on how writing her memoir, I’m Glad My Mom Died, shifted her feelings towards her late mom after enduring parental abuse while growing up.

“Grief for me toward my mom used to be really complicated,” Jennette explained during an Aug. 9 interview on Good Morning America. “I’d feel really angry and confused at why I felt angry that I was grieving her.”

Jennette added that she felt like her mother, who passed away in 2013 after battling cancer, didn’t “deserve my tears and my sadness and that she was abusive.”

Despite this, Jennette shared that authoring her memoir changed her grieving. “It simplified in a really relieving way and now feels like I’m able to just miss her,” she said. “And I think that is only possible because of the healing that happened through the writing of the book.”