It’s now easier than ever to sartorially channel your inner boss. Entrepreneur Jaclyn Johnson, the author of WorkParty and mastermind behind Create & Cultivate (the platform and conference for women to create and cultivate the career of their dreams) just partnered with SocialEras, an LA-based brand that offers coveted direct-to-consumer labels, for a curated collection of must-haves for the millennial career woman.

There’s a key reason Johnson decided to dive into this partnership. “Create & Cultivate was born from a need to establish resources and a trusted community for modern working women and the idea of cutting through the clutter to bring today’s aspiring female leader the best of the best certainly resonated with me,” Johnson said. “As an up-and-coming female executive, I often found myself in a male-dominated room, and rather than sacrifice my personal style (who wants to wear a boring power suit?) I always tried to incorporate a fun pop of color or an accessory that felt stylish and authentic to me. That concept of styling myself for success definitely carried over into this collaboration.”

The collection (all under $200!) of clothing, accessories, and home accents for your office is truly meant for any woman that’s on the go and craves versatility. “These pieces pair effortlessly with your favorite cropped trousers or midi skirt, and you can style them up or down with statement accessories depending on where your day takes you,” Johnson explained. “I love mixing bold colors in with more neutral staples. The lightweight yellow pullover is one of my favorite pieces, it instantly perks up my go-to blazer and jeans!”

Shop the line here through June 30, and check out SocialEras throughout that time as Johnson will also contribute exclusive social media and editorial content as well. So many ways to get inspired!

(Photos via SocialEras)

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