I Tried On the 5 Best-Selling Blazers on Who What Wear—Here's How I Styled Them

There’s nothing like a blazer to make you feel instantly polished and pulled together. Even the most understated outfits (heck, even your pajamas) will look more elevated when you throw one over your shoulders. And fall happens to be the perfect time to update your trusty staple. It’ll add a chic touch to your new-season work outfits, and look sharp over jeans and tees, transitioning you seamlessly from day-to-night in style.

If you’re looking for a little guidance to inspire your next blazer purchase, today I’m sharing the best-selling blazers on Who What Wear this month—along with a few tips on how to wear them. It’s not surprising the fashion girl–loved plaid blazers made a frequent appearance on the list, as well as timeless (and affordable!) black blazers you can wear with literally everything.

Scroll below to see the top five best sellers I test-drove this month, and how I styled them.

Anine Bing's Madeline Blazer

This blazer has been an editor favorite for some time now, and it remains a top seller on Who What Wear. It's beautiful and will undoubtedly be your go-to work blazer of choice. It has a slightly oversize fit that looks chic when balanced with wide tailored trousers and square-toe sandals I'm wearing above. I recommend sizing down, as it does have a roomier feel.

Boy, do I love this blazer! It has a beautiful hourglass shape that cinches at the waist (easy to add a belt to for a very F/W 19 runway look). The black-and-white houndstooth print is easy to pair with practically everything in your closet. It's really nice quality and is sure to last you a lifetime.

Halogen, Single Breasted Blazer

Everyone needs a great black blazer in their wardrobe to add instant polish. This chic, single-breasted blazer from Nordstrom's brand Halogen is such a great score at under $130. It feels way more expensive than its price tag, and it literally goes with everything, from party dresses to jeans. I recommend sizing down, as it does have a boxier fit.

Chelsea28's Double Breasted Plaid Blazer

If you're looking for an easy and effortless plaid blazer to throw on over your jeans and tee, this is it. The double-breasted silhouette adds a sophisticated look, yet the loose fit keeps the look relaxed. Moreover, you can't go wrong with the price.

Treasure & Bond's Plaid Oversize Jacket

Another Nordstrom check jacket has made the top-five best-seller list, and this one in particular was bought in abundance during the retailer's anniversary sale. There are limited sizes left, it's under $100, and it's selling out fast! While it's still warm out, I'm styling the oversize silhouette with high-waisted shorts and sporty sandals to give the look a casual yet chic vibe.