Perfect office blazers
Blazers have come a long way since Melanie Griffith sported them in Working Girl.
There’s so much we have to thank blazers for. Once confined to the boardroom, blazers have taken on a more versatile reputation as an effortlessly elegant layer that can be dressed up with a dress or pared down with a simple T-shirt and jeans. Blazers work overtime for you and your wardrobe, and it’s also surprisingly easy to find at least one that matches your style.
Nowadays, the younger generation has proven the classic blazers to be versatile, polished and even airport-ready. Once confined to just a staple of menswear, blazers are so ubiquitous by now that they’re in everyone’s wardrobe. But that doesn’t mean they’re unoriginal – on the contrary! There’s a style, shape, and colour for everyone’s taste.
We have listed the best blazers available online for every need!
Oversize blazers are a must this season. This polyester-blend dad blazer is a favorite of fashion influencers who appreciate the classic look. It really feels like your dad or your boyfriend’s oversize suit jacket. Moreover, the lapels and shoulder pads are a nice touch. You can add the blazer to nearly any outfit – from sweatpants to dresses – to make it look pretty edgy or a bit more sophisticated.
Available in size 18-28, this blazer has been positively reviewed by nearly 100 River Island customers. How smart does it look with boots, hoops, and a low ponytail?
When in doubt, you can’t go wrong with a simple, solid style. Available in three versatile hues — black, white, and tan — this option from The Drop hits nicely at the middle of the thigh, making it a great match for wide-legged trousers and skinny jeans alike.
Shop this lightweight, long blazer to capitalize on the classic look when going back to the office. Plus, because of its longer-than-usual fit, it makes a great layering piece for fall, too.
The NYC-based craftsmen at Corridor put together an exceptionally special suit separate with this three button blazer — the ticking stripe material, an homage to the work jackets of old, is guaranteed to rake in the compliments at the office (or just on Zoom). This is originally a man’s blazer but in our opinion it is a perfect option for women too.
Ruched sleeves are so in — and this blazer is one to wear to your office job nine to five, especially if paired with a corset bodysuits. We can’t get enough of the relaxed fit, either.
If you are a tall and plus-size woman, you will love the length of this blazer. Part of M.M.LaFleur’s collection for Dia & Co, the blazer has a classic tuxedo look that is perfect for work. The splits on the sides allow you to tie it in the front for a fun updated look which adds a little twist to your regular work looks.
Want to make your blazer the focal point of your ensemble? Prepare to fall in love with this western option from Cinq a Sept. Between the fringe detailing and gorgeous cinnamon hue, this option will receive plenty of compliments.
A leather blazer is not just a blazer; it’s a statement piece and can also be worn as outerwear, and the leather makes me feel a bit badass. This plus-size faux-leather Eloquii blazer stands out because of its oversize structure. It is hard to find blazers in plus size that are not boxy, but while still a loose fit, this one provides a beautiful shape.
A slightly more affordable fitted option is this blazer from Zara that is under $150. Compared to the more traditional J.Crew blazer, this one has more pronounced lapels and shoulder pads which give it a vintage feel and look super-sleek.
Try more than one color to spice up your jeans looks! This borrowed-from-the-boys INC blazer is the definition of a wardrobe staple. This versatile and easy-to-wear jacket comes in a range of colors, so there is no need to limit yourself to just one.
Give your outfit an off-duty edge with the help of this oversized blazer from Smythe. Offset the exaggerated silhouette with skinny jeans or some slim-fitting trousers.
As far as we’re concerned, it doesn’t get classier than a tweed blazer. Cut with padded shoulders and etched buttons, this option will look just as good with distressed denim as it will with a matching skirt.