One Sharp Blazer; Unlimited Outfits

We all know that a well-structured blazer really pulls a look together. However, a busy schedule requires an item that not only makes you look polished, but that’s also versatile enough to take you from day to night. Read on for our tips on how to make the blazer work for you, no matter what your day has in store.

 

For Work

 

Keep it Simple

Stick to a simple blazer in terms of style and color for work outfits. Pair with items that don’t stray too far from the color family of the blazer- this will look more professional than something extravagant or busy. A black blazer with a gray dress or a monochrome look with a gray blazer and charcoal pants will never fail you.

 

Oh, boy!

Take a page from the boys’ club and try your hand at a menswear inspired outfit. A crisp button up blouse and smart slim pant are not only foolproof but also seriously comfortable.

 

For Date Night

 

Dress to Impress

Even a structured blazer can look nice and feminine when paired with the right items. A figure-hugging dress and kitten heel will have you looking ready for a night on the town, and keep you warm to boot! Throw on some matching leggings and you can wear the look well into the colder months.

 

Bold and Beautiful

A blazer can instantly dress up an outfit, so the funkier skirt or pants that you have in your closet can now be brought out for dressier occasions. A statement piece becomes appropriate without being covered up.

 

Laid Back & Casual

 

Don’t Forget the Jeans

Keep things casual without skimping on style by pairing your blazer with a great pair of distressed jeans and a simple, comfortable top. You’ll be ready in a flash and look like you stepped out of a fashion blog. For an extra special touch, layer on some bangles and a delicate necklace.

 

Layer it up

Layering your blazer over a shirt and cardigan is a great way to put together a stylish outfit with items that you may not have thought could go together. With some ankle boots and a nice, warm scarf, it’s the best way to make the most of the in-between seasons.

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