Despite your inclinations to associate blazers with solely professional environments, this tailored staple is actually a wardrobe MVP. Naturally, it’s well-suited for work-related situations like job interviews, meetings, and so forth, but the blazer’s potential runs much deeper than the corporate world.
Whether it’s tossing a check blazer over a white tee and vintage jeans for a Parisian-inspired look or pairing a pastel iteration with a cotton dress for a spring brunch, there are countless ways to approach the blazer—you just need a little imagination. To get you started, scroll below for 20 blazer outfits for women that can be worn everywhere and any time of the year.
à la Parisian
If the effortlessness of French style appeals to your personal taste, a houndstooth blazer layered over a simple white tee and blue jeans is a winning combo. Finish with loafers and a straw bag.
Pair your favorite little white dress with a light-hued blazer and flat sandals for a polished, carefree look. It also works well for baby and bridal showers!
Bright and Bold
If you consider pantsuits stiff and dull, give a colorful version a go, like this juicy red set from Billy Reid. Go for chunky sandals to give the look a decidedly modern finish.
Swap out your jean jacket for a denim blazer and complete the outfit with a floral dress and pearl earrings. It's a look that’s calling out for a sunny picnic.
There’s nothing quite like a zippy shade of yellow to boost your mood. Wear it as a dress with a white blazer on top and platform sandals blow for a versatile look.
Go for a faux leather blazer worn with a ruffled crop top and floral skirt for a thoughtful date night outfit.
Contrast a silky slip dress with a belted blazer for a well-balanced look. Add in a bold accessory, like a headband or hair clip, for a fun finish.
A floral shirt and denim midi skirt are a pairing that always works. Add in a blazer to give the duo a touch of structure.
Swap out your wool and cotton for a corduroy blazer to take the staple up a notch. Wear with white pants and strappy sandals.
An easy approach to outfits is sticking to the same color and incorporating varying tones. Try this out with a camel blazer worn with this animal-print dress and white sneakers.
This belted blazer and slip skirt feel professional enough for the office but exciting enough for after-work drinks. The wedges add a special touch, too.
For your weekend attire, think out of the box and wear your blazer with denim cutoffs and high-top sneakers.
Play On Proportions
Complement a crop top and high-waisted jeans with a slightly oversized blazer for interesting proportions.
If an all-white outfit feels like too much for you, try adding in a neutral blazer to tie the whole thing together.
Nothing like a pink blazer and gingham pants pairing to evoke the spirit of romance. You’ll find yourself reaching for this outfit on multiple occasions.
Hint of Victorian
Test drive the Victorian-inspired trend with a ruffle-neck blouse. Style it with a khaki blazer and leather pants to give it the 21st-century treatment.
Upgrade your wardrobe staples, like a blazer, vest, and jeans, and reach for iterations that feel fresh. This green blazer layered over the striped knit vest and stirrup jeans feels like an all-around unique combination.
Upgrade your matching loungewear sets with a gingham-print blazer and stylish sandals for a WFH look that’s sure to motivate.
Floral always feels fresh, especially when it comes by way of a wrap blazer styled with flare pants and heeled loafers.