How To Style A Menswear Blazer Like A Celebrity!
They say fashion repeats itself, and we are in an era where 90s fashion is making a comeback. After chokers, and tiny sunglasses were resurrected from the 90s, it is now time for the huge boxy menswear blazers to make a comeback. Think blazers that Ross and Chandler wore back in F.R.I.E.N.D.S. But this time for women!
The menswear blazer for women is not your conventional structured, crisp, tailored blazer that Meghan Markle would rock. These are oversize boxy blazers, mostly double-breasted, long line and come with shoulder pads and wider hem sleeves. Ladies, this is the way forward to power dressing, and it will make you feel like a badass!
While it may seem like styling these is rather tricky, it is in fact super easy to pull off!
If you are picking a blazer in bold colours like cobalt blue, red or burgundy then make sure it is streamlined and is in a classic silhouette. When styling the whole look, wear something short-sleeved under the blazer as it gives you more movement and won’t let you get too hot! We have gathered some styling inspiration for you guys to wear the oversized menswear blazers. Keep scrolling for your style dose…
Another quick way to pull an outfit together is to wear a matching print bottom as the blazer or to keep the entire look in the same colour family!
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A simple way to make your blazer look chic is to push the sleeves up. Just take a hair tie and place it in the middle of the sleeve, around the elbows. Gather and pull your sleeve up, bunching the remaining at the bottom.
To add some playfulness to the blazer, pair it with a shorter hemline skirt, dress or a pair of shorts. If the blazer is long enough, it could be worn as a dress, paired with a pair of boots to balance things out.
For those who find buttoning the blazer up too stiff and stuffy, yet want to add structure, belting it is your best option!
An easy way to dress this blazer down is to pair it with a tee, ripped jeans and sneakers!
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