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A blazer, if selected with care, can be a versatile addition to any wardrobe. It’s a piece that can “dress-up” an outfit or be used as a light jacket without looking too pretentious. Blazers come in countless different colors, textures, and cuts, so there is no excuse not to find one that you love. Once you’ve bought it, don’t be afraid to experiment with it. Wear it buttoned, wear it unbuttoned, wear it with the sleeves down, wear it with the sleeves up, etc. Just remember that the most important part about finding the right blazer for you is FIT. An ill-fitting blazer just won’t look right, even if you can’t put your finger on the exact problem. Bonus tip: since the blazer is an item borrowed from the world of men’s fashion you’ll want to pair it with a feminine piece or two.

Hacking Jacket by J. Crew ($250)



Schoolboy Blazer by J. Crew ($198)



Merriweather Jacket by J. Crew ($128)



Color-tipped Blazer by Banana Republic ($150)



Corded Dobby Stripe Blazer by LOFT ($98)



Corded Dobby Stripe Collarless Jacket by LOFT ($98)



Shrunken Pinstripe Riding Blazer by GAP ($98)



Cropped Ruched Sleeve Blazer by Sparkle & Fade ($79)



Sans Collar Blazer by Cartonnier ($98)


– Chadwick