RIP To My Coats, It’s Blazer Weather Now–These Are The Only Ones I Want To Wear

It's finally not freezing beyond belief, so let's take a moment to properly relish this moment the way only a fashion editor knows how–with a smorgasbord of blazers. I always say the best gauge of the weather is if you're able to throw on a blazer without the need for an additional pile of stuffy layers. There's truly nothing more liberating than finally shedding all of those winter weather accessories.

Personally, blazers are a staple piece within my wardrobe. High-waisted jeans and a white crew-neck tee topped with a blazer has been my go-to outfit formula for years now, and it simply does not go out of style. Stretchy pants with elastic waistbands may have replaced hard pants as the everyday uniform these days, but the good news is, yup, blazers still look chic with casual basics.

Whether you're still committed to dressing up or have embraced the work-from-home loungewear lifestyle, a quality blazer will never be a useless item in your closet. In my excitement, I've already gone browsing for some of the styles I'm eager to wear in the coming months. Ahead, read on to see the whole selection of amazing blazers along with a dash of outfit inspiration from some of our favorite fashion girls; I think you'll love these pieces too. 

Leather look blazers have been popping up everywhere lately, so you'll be wise to scoop this up. 

If you're slowly trying to embrace color, go for a muted pastel like pistachio.

If the spring runways taught us anything, it's that chartreuse will be huge this year.

On the hunt for a genuine leather piece? You can't go wrong with this.

Pinstripe is the dark horse trend we've been noticing more and more of on our favorite fashion follows.

Olive green is a great non-boring neutral.

You could wear this with everything.



An oversize black blazer is a wardrobe essential.

The longline silhouette transforms this structured blazer into one that feels more casual.

Might we offer you a dash of hot pink?

The cut-out trend makes its way to the blazer. 



This would look amazing with a silk midi skirt. 

Here's an outfit idea: pink pairs unexpectedly well with Prince of Wales Check.

From the cut to the material, this one is a dream.



The cropped length is ideal for high-waist skirts or pants.

I can't stop thinking about this neckline.

Try this blazer if you love more relaxed, dad-tailoring.



I already have a ton of neutral blazers, so I'm looking for styles with elevated patterns like this one.

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