Layer your blazer over a fitted sailor-striped tank or tee and pair with boyfriend jeans, those worn-in luxuries that look as if they were borrowed from your best guy. Cuff ‘em to balance the bagginess against your slouchy blazer. Tuck in your tank and run a wide belt through your waistband to pull the look together. Top it off with a straw fedora and ground your ensemble with ballet flats. A style with small bows or buttons injects some femininity into the look.
Tailored skinny trousers and an airy button-up lend a mix of sophistication and masculinity to your blazer. The slouchier the blazer, the better, as this will balance the fitted cut of your trousers. Roll up the sleeves and pair with menswear-inspired lace-up oxford heels for a look that can be worn from the boardroom to late-night cocktails.
Wear a boyfriend blazer with a pencil skirt and a sheer blouse to create an office-worthy ensemble. A fitted pencil skirt works best, as it counteracts the volume of your blazer. Leave your blouse loose if your skirt hits your natural waistline. If you choose to wear a high-waisted skirt, tuck your blouse into the waistband and cinch it with a skinny belt. If your look is monochromatic, slip on a pair of brightly hued heels to add a pop of color.
Balance the coverage from your blazer on top by showing off your gams in a pair of denim cut-offs. Layer your blazer over a loose graphic /T-shirt or deep V-neck tee. Roll up the sleeves of your blazer to keep with the casual vibe. Pair with gladiator sandals for a comfy chic look that works for weekend brunch or grocery shopping.