Single breasted or double breasted, sleeves down or sleeves pushed up, oversized or cropped, you can really make this piece your own. Keep reading for all of the best blazers for fall and which ones are my favorite…
I spent this past weekend in Sonoma at The Huddle, a business retreat for female entrepreneurs. To say it was a life-changing experience sounds so grandiose and cliche, but it truly was just that. It was really meaningful in ways I didn’t even expect and I left feeling really clear on the things I need to work on personally and in my business, as well as exactly where I want to be in five years and how to get there. I’m not sure if they’ve opened up applications for the next one yet, but I really recommend it if you’re a female entrepreneur. Speaking of business, allow me to present all the best blazers for fall, I tried on so you don’t have to. Considering I cut my teeth styling on The Ellen Show for four years, I feel like I know a thing or two about blazers. That said, there are a lot of ways to wear them right. Single breasted or double breasted, sleeves down or sleeves pushed up, oversized or cropped, you can really make this piece your own. Keep reading for all of the best blazers for fall and which ones are my favorite!
Textured Linen Blazer, Theory
I love the simplicity of this one. It’s a linen blazer which I’ve worn all summer long– think casually with a tee and jean shorts– but is also the perfect way to transition into fall when it’s still not super chilly out. (Also, it’s on sale!)
Double-Breasted Plaid Blazer, Lioness
I love this fabric! It’s so quintessentially fall and so classic! Also, it’s a great price point, especially for the quality.
Double-Breasted Blazer with Contrast Buttons, Rag & Bone
The contrast buttons and navy fabric are everything here! It’s super reminiscent of a sailor jacket and would be really cute with a striped tee. It’s definitely more of a spend, but if you’re a “fewer, better” kind of shopper this piece will stand the test of time.
Drapey Black Blazer, Anthropologie
If you feel like blazers are too structured or feel too masculine, this one is for you. The drapey-ness of it definitely gives it a more feminine feel. This would be really cute over a simple sheath dress, too.
Checked Cotton Blend Blazer, Veronica Beard
Personally I’m really gravitating towards warmer-toned plaids, but this one is really great if you’re more of a gray color way person as opposed to things in tan hues. You could also do this one with a white jean and white tee for a super bright and airy look that is still office-friendly.
Single-breasted Peak lapel Blazer, WAYF
One thing that sets this blazer apart from the others is the peak lapel. It’s a stronger, more 70s vibe and a super fun look with a wide leg or flare jean.
White Crepe Blazer, Cinq a Sept
Do you own a white blazer yet? If the answer is no, may I highly suggest you pick this one up? It’s so chic and can be worn year round! (This one in the ivory color way is a less expensive option and still great if this one isn’t in the budget.)
Double-breasted Cotton Blazer, COS
Okay, I think this one is sold out, but if you’re looking for a more casual option for every day consider a lightweight cotton like this one. How cute would this one be with a striped turtleneck?!
Photography by Katie Jameson
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