My Spring Blazer & Jacket Edit

One piece that makes an instant outfit…

I’ve been leaning into the blazer (or jacket) look more and more recently (see here and here) because they are just so classic and an instant outfit maker. Wearing a simple pair of denim and a white t-shirt but going out for drinks?! Throw on a blazer… DONE. It’s the easiest way to elevate an outfit in two seconds flat, and especially for current weather purposes, a spring blazer is both stylish and functional!

Veronica Beard blazer (last year, similar here & here) // J.Crew skirt (similar here), shirt, bag // Vineyard Vines headband (similar here)

Plus the options are truly endless, you could go classic like this one (under $60) or totally retro like these (OBSESSED with this style) or ease into the style with a look-a-like cardigan jacket… it’s so good! (See how I styled it here!)

And if you want to *invest* in a classic jacket, and one that you will have forever, Veronica Beard is the way to go. I have this traditional navy blazer that I wear year round and that is, well, classic and goes with everything! Plus, it’s a dicky jacket, so it really does have a lot of lives. But this sage green one is SPEAKING TO ME. The VB jackets are definitely special!

But I love that there are so many really cute ones out right now in a range of prices… like this one from Target and this tweed one from H&M! Below are a few of my current faves.

Let me know if you are into this spring blazer “classic” trend!

A Few Favorites From The List

This cream tweed jacket is amazing and under $120! (Also loving this similar version in baby blue.)

This one is an investment, but so obsessed with the stripes!

A bold pop of color would be so fun, too: here, here, and here.

Truly so obsessed with this sweater-jacket, I wear it all the time! This and this one are good, too.



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