What to Wear to Work Tomorrow

10/21/2012 at 04:00 PM ET

Pippa Middleton Neil Warner/Splash News Online

We hate to put a damper on the weekend by reminding you that tomorrow is Monday, but we’re only doing so because we have the perfect outfit for you to sport to kick off the week.

It’s time to give your pencil skirt and white button-down an upgrade. To do so, take a cue from Pippa Middleton and swap the basic blouse for something that packs more punch. A colored top (Middleton chose a pretty plum hue, which is perfect for fall) will make your outfit less stuffy, but still keep the overall vibe office-appropriate.

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The Duchess of Cambridge‘s sister also put a twist on her work accessories: just check out that quilted laptop bag. And lucky for you, we found one that looks just like it for just $99. Tell us: What do you think of Middleton’s outfit?

–Jennifer Cress

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Anonymous on

Pippa’s top is awkwardedly tucked into her skirt.

Anonymous on

Oops *awkwardly

Puka on

Can’t understand why pippa is a big deal. She’s plain Jane not that pretty. Ok she has nice slim figure but nothing exceptional . Her sister is much more stunning and posed. Her clothes aren’t
That of a big deal either . Very overrated !!

Faye on

Looks like a bum if you ask me… Do you own an iron???

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