While we’re no strangers to the art of day to night dressing, we’ve decided to take it upon ourselves to come up with four different ways to wear our very own long blazer. Whether it’s artfully cinched at the waist (huge thanks in particular to the push-lock belt) or thrown over a dressy top, here are four of our favorite looks that made the cut:

LOOK 1: Hardware at work

Add casual nuisance around the waist by belting the long blazer and letting it drape over trousers— factor in another belt or two for added visual detail while you’re at it.

All bundled

Easily layer the long blazer on top of your windbreaker or staff jacket to show off the garment’s structure and hardware. Have the sleeves of the first one or two layers under the blazer a few inches longer to show off more wrist detail. The blazer is perfect matched with wide-legged trousers and a trusty turtleneck.

LOOK 2: Skirt issue

As bike shorts remain fashion’s obsession du jour, we attempted layering the blazer as bottoms for the second look—the trick with getting the blazer transitioned to a skirt? Tuck the sleeves in the push-lock belt after locking the jacket. Finish off with heeled boots.

LOOK 3 : Easy Draping

The fourth look is less contrived than the others: throw the jacket on top of any blouse or shirt, secure it, and let the piece fall past the shoulders down to the elbows. Scrunch it up as pleased.

Photography JC Cerilla
Stylist Meg Manzano
Model Taki Shimada
Makeup Udy Ona

All shoes from United Nude

MAR 19, 2019