The Printed Blazer



Until last year I thought blazers needed to be solid and formal. They were something to pair with pencil skirts and dress pants over crisp collared shirts and only ideal for the office.

Turns out a fun floral or printed blazer is the perfect transition piece or your closet (if you’re into the whole blazer thing). It can be dressed down with jeans and a tee, or add some spice to a generic pencil skirt. I don’t have an office job at the moment, but I’m always a fan of curating a versatile wardrobe so if the day comes, I’ll be ready šŸ™‚

Happy Wednesday!

Here are a few favorite options for printed blazers:

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blazer: c/o Choies
shirt: Banana Republic (cobalt unavailable but lots of other colors in this great basic tee)
belt: Similar
denim: GAP
flats: c/o Oasap   (similar here and here)

11 Comments

  1. I absolutely adore this. Oh my word. I love all the different shades of blue, I love how the shoes and the belt match – I just love everything.

  2. I have a weakness for anything blue and white, so obviously I love this blazer. And those shoes are adorable, I can't believe they are from OASAP! Are they comfortable?
    Chic on the Cheap

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