That workwear staple? Not just for the office anymore. Here are three ways to rock a sleek blazer on your days off.
Looking to transition your go-to work blazer from your nine to five closet to your Saturday and Sunday wardrobe? It’s easy! These foolproof tips show you how to wear a blazer for Saturday date night, girls’ night out and Sunday brunch.
Saturday date night
Truth: A structured blazer can seem a tad stuffy for date night. But if you pair a sexy and flirty dress underneath, trust us, your man won’t be able to take his eyes off of you.
Angelica Black Tuxedo Jacket (Reiss, $500), Cutout Angel Sleeve Dress (Topshop, $90), Michael Antonio Black Thames Heels (Heels.com, $50), Valorie Backgammon Glitter Clutch (Anya Hindmarch, $615)
Girls’ night out
Play up your fun side with a sequin top, black skinny jeans and killer pumps. Add your office blazer and voilà — you’ve added instant depth to your look. Our tip: Roll up the blazer’s sleeves, and pile on loads of glitzy bangles to glam up your look even more.
Longline Blazer (RiverIsland, $90), Lattice Top (AllSaints, $175),
Leon Nights Jeans (Sass & Bide, $190), Onnie Metallic-Heel Pumps (BCBG, $225),
Mini Boucle Bag (Ted Baker, $145), Sunset Blvd Bangle Set (2b, $17)
Need to warm up for a little brunch at the sidewalk café? Then ditch your trench coat or wool pullover, and opt for a blazer instead this fall. A cozy sweater, jeans and cute ankle booties will tie this entire casual look together.
Fabric Blazer (Zara, $80), Tiffany Sweater (Superdry, $120), Classic Bootcut Jean (Tory Burch, $185), Stuart Weitzman Bootscout Hidden-Wedge Booties (Bergdorf Goodman, $498)
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