4 Blazer Holiday Outfits - From Festive & Formal to Cute & Casual

In this lookbook, I’m going to show you four ways to wear a blazer to create some holiday outfits. Blazers are such key pieces to have in your wardrobe, so here I’m going to be pulling out my favorites and creating some holiday looks with them.

Striped pants and blazer outfit

1. Pinstripe blazer set

I started this look off with a pair of pinstripe pants, they are in a dark green which is a festive holiday color, and I paired them with a black sleeveless turtleneck. I love these kinds of tops because they’re super easy to layer and that’s exactly what I’ve done here with a blazer.

The blazer that I’ve added is actually the matching set to these pants. I rolled up the sleeves a bit to give it more style; it’s little touches like that that can change a whole outfit.

I’m definitely a fan of sets like this because you can wear them as a set, and you also have the option to separate the top from the bottom.

For shoes, I’m wearing pair of classic black pumps. You will see this shoe selection in a number of my outfits here; I feel like black pumps are so classic to have in general and will work with any type of look.

To finish the look, I added a small white bag with chain details that adds a sparkly touch to this outfit.

Gray plaid blazer outfit idea

2. Oversized plaid blazer

Here, I’m wearing a faux leather mini skirt in a caramel color, and I've paired it with a sleeveless white top that has cute gold button details going down the front.

For footwear, I opted for a pair of pumps which I’m wearing with some socks that are a hosiery material, and they have a little bit of a gold sparkle when you fold them over.

Then, I added a gray plaid blazer, and I love how it’s long and not the typical length of a blazer. I love pairing it with a mini-skirt. The blazer automatically gives me a nice structured appearance, and the socks add a playful touch, so you have a classic yet trendy balance. 

Cute blazer outfit with faux leather pants

3. Blazer with a monochrome base

For this outfit, I’ve styled a pair of faux leather pants with a turtleneck top. They are both in a brick red color because I wanted to create a monochromatic base for this look.

To accessorize, I added a black belt with a gold buckle. The belt helps to break up the top and the pants so that there isn’t one continuous stream of color. For shoes, I’ve gone with the black pumps again; as I said, these shoes go such a long way in my wardrobe.

Last but not least we have the blazer. I’ve gone for a black and white tweed blazer which is also longer than normal and fits perfectly with the monochromatic look underneath. The blazer adds a pop of print to the look.

I love the mix of material that we’ve got going on here; the faux leather pants with the tweed blazer. This is a chic, classic look. 

Colorful and casual blazer outfit

4. Red sparkly blazer

Here we have the last way to wear a blazer for the holidays, and I saved the best for last. I started off by pairing some classic blue denim with a tank top in a red and black gingham print, and I feel like it’s two classic pieces coming together.

Then, I added a belt and my classic pair of black pumps. These are simple pieces that you would definitely have in your wardrobe.

Next, I went and added the star of the show to this look, my red sequined blazer. This blazer instantly adds a nice little sparkle to the look, and it ties in nicely with the red on the top.

One little tip is to tie your hair up if you’re going to wear a sequined blazer because you don’t want your hair getting caught in the sequins. The blazer is such a standout, statement, eye-catching piece, and I can’t get enough of it.

Blazer holiday outfits

I hope you enjoyed these four blazer holiday outfits that I put together. Blazers are essential pieces to have in your wardrobe, and as you can see from this lookbook, you can go for ones in different lengths, materials, and patterns.

Pull out your favorite blazer from your closet and see what festive look you can create with it!

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