How To Wear Separates

5 years ago

There are several ways to wear separates when you don't want to splurge on a suit. Whether a blazer, trousers, or a pencil skirt, your options are endless! Here are some looks I’ve created to show you how easy it is to incorporate separates into your everyday wardrobe.





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A great-fitting blazer is an absolute must have, in my opinion: It's so versatile, and a classic piece you will have for years. You can dress it up or down, and wear it day or night. I love it paired with some burgundy skinnies (a big trend for fall), a rocker tee, and a pointy-toe pump for a girls' night out. For a more casual daytime look, you can throw it on with a pair of boyfriend jeans, a striped v-neck tee, and some cat-eye sunnies.

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I know we all have tons of maxi dresses we're ready to put away until next summer, but a blazer is also a great way to transition those maxi dresses into fall. If you want to be a little more bold, you can also rock a white blazer with some faux leather pants. You will definitely stand out in this rocker-chic look!

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I love pencil skirts. They are so classy. You can pair one with a printed blouse -- a perfect look for daytime or at the office. At night, you can spice it up a little with a lace peplum top, or with a pop-of-color top with a plunging neckline: a sophisticated yet sexy look.


Last, the trouser pant. Just like the blazer and pencil skirt, it's a classic piece that can be worn so many different ways! Here's a look I wore last week to a bridal shower. I paired mine with a printed blouse and chain strap bag for a sophisticated daytime look.

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