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Blazers For The Fall Season & Maybe Even Early Winter Season

I wanted to take a look at some blazers that will be great to wear during the fall season. You are probably wondering why am I talking about blazers. Why would I need a blazer now when it is summer here in NYC and it is hot and humid. The thing is that when summer gets here it seems to get shorter and shorter. So before you know it the summer is gone and it's Fall again.

So I just wanted to start planning for Fall a little bit early this time around. So I thought I'd start with Blazers because blazers are great for the Fall season and early winter. For the Fall and early winter season when selecting a blazer you may decide to choose something that is not too light maybe a little bit heavy like a wool blazer or something slightly similar and not as heavy.

A blazer is a great way to make an ordinary outfit a little bit more statement and fun. Nowadays you can find a blazer in so many cuts, colors, designs, patterns. You can find a double-breasted blazer or single-breasted blazer. With a belt or some sort of tie around the waist detail.

Blazers are also a great layering pieces. For example when it starts to get cold like in the beginning of October you may or may not have a winter jacket yet or might not want to wear your winter jacket. So a blazer is a great item for those days. You can wear a sweater, a light turtleneck and even a hoodie and then layer by wearing a blazer over those items. In the Spring and Fall you can wear a cute blouse or a plain t-shirt and just throw on a blazer over it. You can even just put the blazer over your shoulders without actually wearing it and that makes a statement as well.

Blazers can be worn with a very dressed up outfit and high heels or any heels, or flats, or sandals. Or you can wear a blazer with a more casual look like when wearing jeans and pair the casual look with trainers/sneakers. A blazer can work many ways and there is a blazer look for every girl out there.

So I thought I'd put together some blazer looks that are worth trying out this Fall and maybe possibly early winter. You probably have a blazer or two in your wardrobe. So if you do already have a blazer or two then you don't have to necessarily go out and buy a new one. You can make the current blazers you have look and feel new by how you style it. But if you don't have any blazers or are looking to add more blazers to your current blazer collection then below are some blazers for you. To learn more about each blazer look you can click on the pictures below which will take you to the retailer that sells the blazer.

C/Meo Collective Go from Here Blazer $195
Zara Relaxed Fit Feathered Blazer $129
Balmain Double-breasted grain de poudre wool blazer $2,195
Wrap Blazer by Boutique $230
Vivienne Westwood Striped brushed-cotton cutaway blazer $1,135
TOME Double-breasted wool grain de poudre blazer $508.50
Topshop Striped Double Breasted Blazer $55
Lioness Palermo Blazer $88
Zara Blazer with Pleated Sleeves $119
Payal Pratap Daisy Blazer $228
Frame Leopard-print cotton-blend velvet blazer $297.50
MANGO Check Structured blazer $129.99
RAEY Oversized wool-tweed blazer $456
MSGM jacquard fitted blazer $591
Urban Outfitters Checkered Blazer $49.99
Anine Bing Madeline Blazer $348
Rosetta Getty Stretch-ponte blazer $327
Printed Blazer by Flynn Skye $250
Golden Goose Deluxe Brand single breasted blazer $600
Laveer Boyfriend Blazer $484
Blazé Milano Classic Touch Everyday velvet-lapel blazer $599
Sara Battaglia Double-breasted grosgrain-trimmed crepe blazer $420
3.1 Phillip Lim Tailored Blazer $695
Balmain Double-breasted wool-twill blazer $2,090

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