I love those magazine articles that show you how to take "X" number of pieces and turn them into a month's worth of outfits. I think it is such a cool concept, until I look at the price of the pieces, or notice that several styles would be unflattering or look just plain weird.
Again, the first thing I did was pull out all possible work clothes. Then, I did some "modeling". (Finally, a 4'10" model!) After that I cropped the pictures to be the same size, and started working on a schedule. One that would give me variety each week, and keep my wardrobe feeling fresh and interesting. As fresh and interesting you can get in a relatively conservative work environment.
I've already taken you through the breakdown of week one, so you can see that you don't have to buy all of your clothes at Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, or even Macy's to look nice. In fact, I didn't list the brand names (maybe I should?), but a lot of my pieces found at Goodwill actually ARE name brands.
Scroll down to see my full 3 months of outfits. I tried to make it so that I could easily repeat the whole three months and get through 6 months of fall and winter!!