Back in February — when it was fitting to wear heavier clothes in the chilly weather — I decided to wear a different blazer each day of the week. I actually own several more blazers than the ones posted below, but rarely utilize them in my work and street style. I find it much easier to throw on a top, black jeans and loafers than to actually think about creating fun outfits.
This week allowed me to play with my clothes in different ways and by the end of the week I felt inspired to ditch my normal work uniform and opt for playing with my clothes in fun and different ways.
Monday called for a successful pairing of different patterns and plain skinny jeans. Floral blazer (Lauren Conrad for Kohl’s) blue and white striped top (Gap) and denim jeans (Levi’s Made & Crafted).
On Tuesday I realized that nothing beats a crisp white top, bright-colored blazer and a statement necklace to pull it all together. Teal blazer (Piperlime), white blouse (Nordstrom), denim jeans (Levi’s Made & Crafted), pink loafers (Gap) and a multi-colored drop necklace (gift).
On Wednesday I felt simple-chic in a classic white Oxford, hunter green skinnies and my new red glasses. Black fitted blazer (Urban Outfitters), white button-up Oxford (Gap), green jeans (Uniqlo) and pink loafers (Gap).
To get me through the end of the week, on Thursday I opted for my favorite cat blouse (yes, I own more than one cat shirt) and a bright pink blazer. Pink cropped blazer (H&M), cat print blouse (American Apparel) and black jeans (Uniqlo).
And on Friday I kept it comfortable in a cotton over-sized blazer, worn-in black jeans and classic white Converse. Gray cotton blazer (Express), black tank (Target), black jeans (Uniqlo), white high-tops (Converse) and longitude/latitude necklace (Etsy).
And I’m pretty sure I haven’t worn a blazer to work since March. What should my next office fashion challenge be?