Blazer with a button down shirt
Blazers for work used to mean a complete matching suit, but that has changed now. While there’s nothing wrong with wearing matching suits, matching separates is the new thing. Pencil skirt and a white button-down shirt with a brown checkered single-breasted blazer look dapper.
Informal blazer with
If you are all about flaunting your legs in a skinny pair of jeans and pairing that with a blazer, go for a plain shirt, preferably white, and go all out with a casual blazer. Swap your jeans with a pair of leggings or jeggings to take the look a notch higher.
Oversize blazer and a V-neck T-shirt
A pair of mommy jeans, a V-neck T-shirt, ankle strap transparent pumps, deep red lipstick, a high bun, and an oversized black and white blazer will set your mood right for a retro night.
Denim jackets don’t pass off as blazers, but if you are a fan of the finish, chambray blazer is your way to go. They look stylish and go perfectly with denims, shorts, skirts or dresses alike. Fold the sleeves if you are a fan of quarter sleeves.
Two-button blazer for work
Your standard two-button blazer work look is the epitome of power dressing. If you are headed to an important meeting or an interview, invest in a formal blazer like this one and wear it on days like these. Gray, black, blue, and checkered blazers are versatile and can be played around with depending on the rest of your outfit. So, it depends on how creative you can get, and how to make it seem new every time.