Fall trends are so great because they’re usually stylish and comfortable. Cozy mixed knit sweaters. Warm cape coats. And my personal favorite: the slightly oversized blazer. Whether you choose a super slouchy style or opt for a tailored blazer with just a bit of extra room, you’re going to look simultaneously pulled together and edgy, which is quite an amazing fashion feat. Throw one of these bad boys on over a dress and sweater tights, jeans and a T-shirt, or sexy leather pants and a tight tanktop. Click through for 10 of my favorite slouchy blazers of the season, many of which ring up at less than 100 bucks!
Guess what? Today is National Tweed Day! To celebrate this timeless (and surprisingly versatile) fabric, I put together 3 very different outfits using one pink tweed blazer ($100, Macy’s). Check out all the looks after the jump! Keep reading »
Too much black can be really boring, so step out of your comfort zone and add some color to your wardrobe. We’ve found 10 bright blazers that will transform your outfit and add a bit of extra pep. From eye-popping yellow to gold-tinged navy, you’ll never have to go with basic black again.
Doesn’t it suck when you buy something special, only to realize you don’t actually have any place to wear it? Stuff with sequins on it can be difficult — they can make you look like you came to work dressed for a cocktail party. Which is why it’s important that you balance out your sequined pieces with more casual elements during the day. Pair a sequined skirt with flats and opaque tights, or a sequined blazer with jeans. Or get your sequin fix in unexpected ways — like a sparkle-embellished blazer. We’ve got nine sequin-happy items that will give you a sparkly fix and won’t make you look oversdressed.
Everyone loves the Balmain look — dripping in studs, accentuated with grommets, and full of decoration. The price, however, makes your wallet hurt just thinking about it. But thanks to the good world of the internet and a few fancy DIY individuals, there’s absolutely no reason you can’t create your own Balmain-inspired pieces. Read on for a few tips to keep in mind while turning your plain Jane blazer into an embellished one worthy of Christophe Decarnin’s aesthetic. Keep reading »