21 Sep 2015

The Season of Blazers


Lower temps that comes with autumn means that we also have to adjust our regular attire. Though autumn fashion tends to be comfy, it doesn’t mean that you can’t look stylish as well ... particularly if you like the season’s most fashionable outerwear: the blazer. Besides, there are plenty styling options for your favorite blazer:


1. Over your shoulder...
This is one of the easiest way, simple yet sophisticated: just drape it over your shoulder. It’s perfect for those days when you want to emerge as a power dresser in the office, but it’s also ideal to add a touch of elegance to your laidback outfit on casual days as well.

2. Play with colors...
Break the monotony of autumn fashion by wearing your blazer with colorful pieces, such as bright tops, perky bottoms, attention-grabbing necklaces or a carryall bag. This is one of the best ways to style your blazer that will make you stand out in the office.

3. With a scarf...
For a functional and stylish way to style your blazer this autumn, top it off with a scarf. Not only will it keep you warm, but it also looks fabulous.

4. With a maxi...
This combo between summer and autumn staples is a fun way to wear your blazer this season. Pairing a blazer with a maxi skirt is one of the smartest way to create a trendy transitional outfit.





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