3 Ways to Wear a Plaid Blazer: Part 1

Outfit Details:

Blazer (similar) | Everlane Jeans | Everlane Day Glove Flats | White T-Shirt

It’s light jacket season and time to start styling our favorite blazers, denim coats, and sweaters that have been packed away all summer. One of my favorite looks, as well as coats for fall, is a simple plaid blazer.

Classic and polished, a plaid blazer is such a nice addition to any minimal outfit. It’s also an easy way to add pattern to a minimal wardrobe full of solids. A plaid blazer also pairs so well with neutral and monochrome wardrobes so makes for a nice addition for fall outfits.

If you’ve been following along you’ve seen that I’ve been sharing a few other three part styling series such as a white button down and Converse high tops. I think a lot of us have wardrobe basics and end up wearing them in similar ways over and over. I hope it’s helpful to see refreshing outfit ideas and inspiration into styling classic, wardrobe basics.

So, today I’m introducing another short three part series with ways to wear a plaid blazer.

Way 1: With Simple Jeans and a White T-Shirt

The first of three ways to wear a plaid blazer I styled is a super simple way to add pattern into your daily looks. If your an ethical fashion enthusiast or capsule wardrobe wearer, it’s easy to get into a routine of solids and neutrals. Adding a patterned blazer this fall is a great way to add more dimension or classic appeal to your outfits.

I wore my blazer here with a simple white t-shirt and skinny jeans. I went with an extremely casual and simple look which I usually only wear on the weekend. When I do, I like to add something to dress the outfit up. Adding this plaid blazer (which I’m proud to say I thrifted!) is a great way to make the outfit feel less plain.

This combination is effortlessly comfortable, warm, and simple. I would wear this for a day out with friends, a casual weekend dinner, or outdoor fall activities. The best part is that it’s comfortable and versatile!

 

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