Loads Of Ways To Wear That Fancy Blazer You Bought For Work

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How To Get Yer Money’s Worth From A Fancy New Blazer

by Charlie Gowans-Eglinton |
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So, you want to buy a blazer. Maybe you have a job interview, maybe you have a court appearance – I’m not here to judge. But it’s a bit depressing to spend money on something that you can only wear to work/the old bailey, int’it? Be not sad, dear reader. Here are some blazers that you can wear all over the shop, and the ways in which you should wear them to said shop. Or, you know, to other places, because that’s the whole point.

The Velvet Blazer:

Outfit 1


Blazer 89.99, Zara , Striped cropped trousers, £35.99, Mango , Knotted sweater. £19.99. Zara

Outfit 2

Blazer 89.99, Zara, Ribbed turtleneck dress, £29.99, H&M, Nike trainers, £64.99. Office

Outfit 3

Blazer 89.99, Zara, Wide cut jeans, 29.99, Zara, Basketball hoodie, £55, Adidas

The Check Blazer:

Outfit 1

Blazer £49.99, Zara, Wide leg trousers, £29.90, Uniqlo, Polo neck jumper, £17.50, Marks and Spencers

Outfit 2

Blazer £49.99, Zara, Lace trim slip dress, £95. Topshop Boutique, Mule sandals, £30, Asos

Outfit 3

Blazer £49.99, Zara, Ripped jeans, £40, Monki, Frill blouse, £49, Warehouse

The Black Blazer:

Outfit 1

Blazer £55, Topshop, Stripe pleat trouser, £36, Topshop, Tie drape shirt, £69. Cos

Outfit 2

Blazer £55, Topshop, Gold pleated dress, £29.99, Zara, Beaded bag, £70, Uterque

Outfit 3

Blazer £55, Topshop, High waisted jeans, £39.99 H&M, N0.35 tshirt, £31, Stussy

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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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