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In the Magazine: Clothes That Work

Are you always stressing out the evening beforehand about what to wear into work the next day? Then you should check out this month's issue of The Washingtonian, on stands now, where we feature seven working women who always know how to look their best. Take, for example, Olga Viso, Director of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. What's her work wardrobe? “I prefer pants and like to mix and match them with jackets. In the spring and summer, I venture more into skirts and color; black still rules in the art world. I like Missoni’s spring palette—beiges, yellows, peaches, browns, creams.”

For more with Viso, and many other stylish DC women and their favorite items for spring and work, pick up April's issue. For more great fashion finds and advice in every issue, go ahead and subscribe

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