Three Different JCrew Blazers and How to Style Them!
I absolutely love wearing blazers to both the office as well as dressed down for running errands on the weekend. There is something so fun and chic about wearing a blazer with denim and fun flats for bopping around town and getting things done off of my to do list!
Today I am sharing 3 of my favorite blazers from JCrew that have been a staple in my closet for years!! Two of them are sweater blazers and are the comfiest workwear items that I own!
This pink sweater blazer from JCrew is the comfiest blazer I have ever owned!! It feels like a cozy sweater and has a slight stretch to the material, but it looks like a classic blazer that can be dressed up for work, or dressed down for a casual look. I’ve linked the blazer here.
I paired this blazer with a white tank and denim for a casual look. I have also worn it dressed up with black pants and a silk cami underneath for a more professional look for the office or the classroom!
Here is the same JCrew sweater blazer in a different color. This beige color looks great paired with a white shirt underneath, denim, and leopard flats! Such a fun and trendy look for any casual outing!
I’ve linked the beige version of this blazer here.
I have also worn it with white skinny jeans for a bright, casual look.
The best part of these sweater blazers is the comfort! They truly feel like you are wearing a cozy sweater and I always need layers like this in the office!
This classic “school boy” blazer has been a staple in my closet for over five years and I still love wearing it!! It has a fun blue stripe print inside the sleeves, so you can cuff them for a trendy look.
I’ve paired the blazer here with denim for a day of running errands. But you can easily pair this blazer with slacks and a cami underneath for professional setting or teaching.
This blazer is such a classic piece and it is still in stock! I’ve linked it here.
What are some of your favorite ways to style a blazer? Comment below and let me know your ideas!
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