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Three Ways to Wear - Blazer

One of the top wardrobe essentials is the blazer. It's cool, retro, sharp, and extremely versatile. The blazer has become timeless in it's own right over the years, and I think everyone should be experimenting with it this fall/winter. Check out our list of three stylish and easy ways to wear the blazer asap.


Casual Everyday

Wear your blazer with jeans and a t-shirt to give your outfit an element of interest. You could go for a solid color, a plaid, or a houndstooth, or any other pattern that compliments your style best. Complete the look with a pair of sneakers or booties and a fun accessory like a bolo tie or bandana around your neck. // Vintage 1970's Mauve Sport Coat -$30


Elevated Work Attire

Blazers started off as work wear but it's always good to mix up the classic way that it was worn and give it a modern twist. Instead of wearing the blazer paired with a matching pencil skirt or pair of pants, wear it with a fun patterned skirt and blouse or tee. Go for a bright color blazer to add a pop of color. You'll be sure to wow your co-workers in this look and bring a new element of cool to this classic piece. // 1970s Vintage Navy Cropped Blazer Long Sleeve No Buttons Ruffled - $24


Dress It Up

Cropped blazers are perfect for dressing up, especially when they're a sparkly metallic like this one. Pair your cropped blazer with a dress and heels for a killer night out look or formal event. The blazer adds some structure and a statement piece to your outfit that won't be missed. // Vintage 1990's Gold Cropped Blazer With Shoulder Pads - $28

Adding a blazer of any shape or color to an outfit will instantly bring it to the next level, and make you feel confident and ready to take on anything. We'd love to see all of your boss blazer looks, so tag us in any posts on social media @krispyfringevintage !

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