How To Style Your Work Blazer


As much as we love the ever-so-reliable blazer on those days when we don’t know what to wear, it’s difficult to be excited about a piece that’s constantly in our rotation. Thankfully all it takes is a few fun accessories and prints to enliven the preppy mainstay while still maintaining a professional flair. Ahead, four fresh outfit ideas to breathe new life into the office staple you already own.

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One Blazer, Four Ways

Liz Teich wearing the Dune London Ellen patchwork bag.

Pair it with a form-fitting frock for a dressy, feminine look. Accentuate the waist by cinching with a belt and accessorize with a sleek clutch and ankle-strap heels.

Leather Belt with Interlocking G



Flat Clutch


Mansur Gavriel

The Archetto Heels



Ribbed Stretch-Knit Dress



Pinstripe Blazer


Arthur Arbesser

Don't be afraid to add a punchy hue with the classic jacket. Temper the brightness with a matching pant and add a pair of pointed-toe shoes and a fun bag.

Tippi Sweater



Lightning Bolt Bathurst Satchel


Anya Hindmarch

Abi Suede Pointed Toe Pumps


Kendall + Kylie

Pinstripe Crop Wide Leg Trousers



Mix prints by teaming the striped blazer with a boho blouse of a similar color family. A pencil skirt will further add polish to the floaty silhouette.

Godiva Pointy Toe Leather Pump


Sergio Rossi

Printed Plisse Georgette Blouse


See by Chloe

Tweed Skirt


Austin Reed

For casual Friday choose a vintage-wash flared jean and a charming lace top with frilly details. Add a pop of color with a neckscarf and finish it off with streamlined nude suede pumps.

Polka Dot Mini Square Scarf


Forever 21

Lace Frill Bib Top


Miss Selfridge

Abel Suede Pumps


Jimmy Choo

The Bodycon Marrakesh High-Rise Flared Jeans


MIH Jeans