Monday, November 12, 2018
A Good Sweater Blazer Can Update Your Work Look
Details: J.Crew Factory Sweater Blazer (Similar) / Banana Republic Factory Blouse (Similar) / Banana Republic Factory Leggings / Everlane Loafers
We just got back from Paris on Saturday and I'm admittedly still a little jet-lagged as I write this. Despite that fact, I'm excited to get back in the swing of things because Paris had such great style inspiration. Everywhere you go there are Parisians mastering the I'm-not-trying-but-look-amazing look. This outfit is definitely inspired by that philosophy. It's a simple look yet it has interesting details.
The sweater blazer, which is my new favorite addition to my wardrobe, offers a modern and relaxed fit that instantly updates any work outfit. I especially like this version (which is unfortunately sold out, but I found a similar version) because it doesn't have the button like some sweater blazers. I think that makes it look too similar to an actual blazer when the appeal of the sweater blazer is the looser fit. And I love the lapel because you can either turn up or down depending on what top you wear with it. Turned up, I think it looks especially sophisticated. It adds the necessary structure to the blazer, which really complements the relaxed fit. The blouse adds another element of interest with pleats that pop out of the collar and sleeves. And the color scheme is once again simple yet sophisticated. The menswear inspired loafers reinforce the look. I can see a lot more outfits like this in my future. What do you think? Are you inspired by Parisian style sensibilities?
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