HOW TO STYLE YOUR BLAZERS
One very interesting thing about blazers like we mentioned yesterday is its versatility, you could always style your blazers for casual and corporate events. You know how to choose your blazers now and the next thing is to know how to rock those blazers and look stylish in them, if you missed the post about choosing your blazers please click here and read up.
Styling blazers is all about what you choose to pair your blazers with and how you layer it, this is what gives you the comfortable and unique look you will love to have. Check out these styles and give yourself that swags that calls for attention.
- Shirt and a Tie: You can’t go wrong with this pair especially if it’s a formal event. Be careful about your colours though and you can decide to go without a tie too, it’s still great for a formal evening.
- Polo (s): if you don’t feel like going all serious and buttoned up, you could create a stylish look with a polo and one very interesting thing about this look is that it also gives you that sporty look but it is not a formal look.
- V-neck: Wearing a blazer with a t-shirt is a little bit more casual still. It has a distinctly chic feel to it. It gives you that relaxed look. Round neck tees are also cool too, you could spice your blazers with that.
- Jeans: Wearing a blazer with a nice pair of dark washed jeans is a great way to dress up a casual look. But, slouchy jeans and distressed jeans can add an interesting and unexpected twist to the look. One interesting thing about the jean is that it could go with a shirt and tie and still give you that formal look. It’s all about your taste.
Don’t be scared to try these looks with your blazers, don’t be static, be dynamic with your looks. When you look good, your confidence is high and you are set to achieve greater things. Don’t forget to look good after all the week just started and it’s a beautiful Tuesday. If you want to get nice blazers and suits just click here and let’s give you that amazing look you desire.
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