Three Ways to Style a Blazer
I love boyfriend blazers — the easy fit and mid-thigh length open up so many layering possibilities. The Pendleton blazer I’m wearing here is vintage, but any neutral blazer with minimal buttons — and no shoulder pads! — will be just as versatile.
Here are three easy ways to shake up your blazer styling.
Look #1: Casual I definitely wear this look the most. Premium denim, a slouchy, tissue-thin T, studded bag and a tangle of chains counteract the blazer’s formality and add a little edge.
Jeans: Joe’s Jeans Shirt: Forever 21 Boots: Vintage Necklace: TJ Maxx Earrings: Target Studded Bag: Thrifted
Look #2: Classic Sometimes you don’t want to fight a blazer’s classic look — you want to embrace it. A neutral tunic lets a patterned scarf and dramatic earrings shine. Pair it with a structured bag and something slim on the bottom, like skinny jeans tucked into boots or a classic pencil skirt.
Look #3: Cute Extend the life of a summer dress by adding a wool blazer and opaque tights. Belting the dress underneath the blazer adds shape and interest. I also added a fun pair of shoes for a pop of color, since round toe pumps are my favorites.
Dress and Shoes: Target Belt: Vintage Bag: Morgan de Toi Tights: Topshop
How do you wear your blazers? Which look is your favorite?
Photos by Moonfire Photography, Inc.
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