Get back to business with the best blazers to shop now

Power dressing doesn’t always mean padded shoulders and pin stripes, as anyone who has felt the welcome surge of confidence that comes with buttoning up a blazer will attest. The blazer is one of those mood-enhancing wardrobe essentials, which has been promoted in recent seasons on the runway from corporate staple to a welcome addition to any ensemble, no matter what time of day.

From left: Low Classic linen jacket from Workshop; Victoria Beckham shrunken blazer from Muse Boutique; Max Mara blazer from Matches Fashion.

For those wishing to tap into the androgynous energy encompassing luxury fashion houses, boxy silhouettes and single button styles offer a tailored cocoon that adds instant impact on top of denim and leggings, while single button cuts balance out the feminine frippery of pleated maxi skirts and printed tea dresses.

From left: Sills blazer from Caroline Sills; Single-breasted jacket from Dior; Ganni wrap-style blazer from Workshop.

There’s also a more seductive silhouette on offer, with blazers nipped at the waist with elongated sleeves playing with hourglass proportions. Worn with a prim blouse, satin camisole or even a statement bra, these blazers mean business.

From left: Lou Lou Studio from Sisters & Co; Patch pocket blazer from Louis Vuitton; Brandon Maxwell blazer from Moda Operandi.
From left: Unity blazer from Aje; GG canvas jacket from Gucci; Anine Bing blazer from Muse Boutique.


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