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Bye, Bye, Boring: 12 Blazers Begging to be Worn Outside of the Office

  • Pins & Needles Silky Drapey Blazer

    Retro style lovers rejoice! This draped polka-dot blazer is the perfect topper. Pair it with a sweet A-line dress and structured purse for a polished outfit. Not your thing? Make it more modern and delve into some playful pattern mixing with an abstract floral dress or paisley skirt.

  • Pim + Larkin Tweed Moto Blazer

    There's a gaping hole in your wardrobe that you didn't even know was there—until you laid eyes on this multicolored tweed blazer, that is. Sure you can wear it to the office with a white skater skirt and pointed-toe nude pumps, but you'll have more fun with it on your days off. It'll complete any outfit from high-waisted shorts and a neutral top to a bright-colored shift dress. 

  • Only Stud Collar Blazer

    A black blazer isn't necessarily boring—just look at these studded lapels! This embellished blazer may be TCFW. (Too Chic For Work—it'll catch on.) We can’t deny the versatility of a black blazer, but this one is more rocking-out-at-a-wild-concert than rocking-that-expense-report. 

  • Topshop Dandy Structured Blazer

    With a timeless tailored shape, the dark floral print adds all the excitement to this basic piece. It's just as perfect for work with a black shift dress as it is for weekend brunch dates this spring. The dark palette will easily transition to fall, too, so you’re really just hurting your wardrobe potential if you don’t scoop it up now!

  • Line & Dot Tropical Paradise Blazer

    The tropical print on this bright blazer has a slightly airbrushed appearance that makes it look unique and, hello, ready for jet-setting to your next vacation destination! Wear this blazer over a bright sundress or with a tee and statement necklace.

  • A Wear Pintuck Blazer

    Freshen up your spring wardrobe with a vibrant aqua blazer that can anchor a bold patterned dress for just the right amount of sophistication. Whether you need something for the office or just want to sport something stylish on the weekends, this piece will do the job.

  • Warehouse Stripe Tailored Blazer

    This season, we're sort of obsessed with black-and-white stripes in every form—boatneck tops, maxi skirts, loafers, and, yes, blazers. This blazer is dying to be taken for a stylish spin with your floral skirts, eyelet dresses, and graphic tees. 

  • Denham Printed Clean Blazer

    The print on this structured blazer looks like it jumped right off the canvas. With its flattering shape and gorgeous print, it's far too fun to be cooped up in an office all day.

  • Jenni Kayne Shawl Blazer

    Add a bold dose of color-blocking to take a basic outfit to the next level. Pair this neon blazer with boyfriend jeans and a fedora for a look worthy of your favorite street-style star. 

  • Clover Canyon Printed Sateen Blazer

    This blazer gets bonus points for efficiency—it takes care of the pattern mixing for you! If you think your office can handle this much style, we’d recommend pairing it with a white pencil skirt or cropped pants. 

  • Sister Jane Wild Forest Blazer

    The abstract print drew us in, but it was the jacquard texture that has us hooked. An oversized blazer is comfortable enough for lazy weekends, or nice enough for dinner dates after work. The metallic details dress it up, but don’t feel like you can’t wear it with a casual look, too!

  • MM Couture Floral-Print Blazer

    We're all for oversized blazers, but when it comes to pairing one with a high-waisted skirt or short, you’re really better off with a cropped style. Here’s to a stylish spring!


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