23 Blazers You Can Wear to Work and on the Weekends

They're far too cool for just the office

By Taylor Stephan Sep 06, 2017 9:30 PMTags
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When it comes to blazers, they're strictly business…or are they?

Yes, structurally the blazer is pretty basic: buttons in the front, well-fitting overall and probably the most professional item of clothing in your closet. But these days, that's simply not the case.

Take note because the once office-only jacket is no longer one size fits all. There's the oversized boyfriend version. There's the rad fabric take, like a crushed velvet or perhaps a cool-girl plaid. Then there's the throwback shoulder pad version that pays homage to the original eighties design.

Regardless of your pick, these modern-day blazers are far too cool to only wear during work hours.


Smythe Taped Peaked Lapel Blazer, $695


H&M Shawl-Collar Jacket, $50


Smythe Patch Pocket Duchess Blazer, $487


H&M Wool-Blend Blazer, $50


BCBGMaxAzria Phoenix Blazer, $298


H&M Jersey Jacket, $50


H&M Jersey Jacket, $35

Blaque Label

Blaque Label Sculpted Blazer, $172

River Island

River Island Pink Stripe Print Ruched Sleeve Blazer, $60


Tagliatore Casual Blazer, $566

3.1 Phillip Lim

3.1 Phillip Lim Striped Canvas Blazer, $258

River Island

River Island Pink Floral Jacquard Ruched Sleeve Blazer, $60

James Jeans

James Jeans Boyfriend Blazer, $268

River Island

River Island Black Mono Stripe Ruched Sleeve Blazer, $110

Raquel Allegra

Raquel Allegra Cropped Cotton-Twill Blazer, $187


Capulet Tuxedo Blazer, $90


Joseph Casual Blazer, $745

Raquel Allegra

Raquel Allegra Wrap Tie Blazer Jacket, $895


Raol Breeze Cotton-Blend Blazer, $190

River Island

River Island Beige Fan Print Tie Sleeve Blazer, $120

Veronica Beard

Veronica Beard Carroll Portrait Blazer, $695

T By Alexander Wang

T By Alexander Wang Crepe Blazer, $197

Iris and Ink

Iris and Ink Vanessa Fluted Twill Blazer, $240

Okay, fine. We're feeling the blazer trend, too. 

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