Not sure about the bright blazers? Here are 4 reasons they rank high in my wardrobe:
- A bright blazer adds a pop of color to a neutral wardrobe.
- Bright Blazers offer a business professional look but also adds a little personality and flare.
- A bright blazer is great for layering. You can layer it over a tank, t-shirt, and thin sweater and is a great all-year-long staple item.
- It is a great transitional piece. You can pair it with a pencil skirt or dress slacks for the office and then put it together with jeans or shorts for a more casual look or a night out.
More into the idea but not sure how to work it? Here are 6 of my favorite styles:
Jessica Alba always looks fabulous. I love the bright green blazer paired with flared jeans and arm candy!!! This is a perfect casual, yet put together look that can easily be pulled off.
I love this pairing of a bright red blazer with jeans shorts! The blazer dresses it up and adds a chic classic look. It’s very daring, but I love it! Pair it with wedges, long stranded chains, and arm candy and you are set.
This look is definitely one of my favorites! Loving the white on white and neutral accessories and then a huge pop of color with this yellow blazer. I am hitting the stores tomorrow to replicate this look! This can easily transition from office to happy hour.
Bethenny Frankel paired this perfectly!! I love the light distressed cropped jeans with a seamless white tank paired with an orange/coral colored blazer and nude shoes. She looks amazing. This is an easy look that is perfect for spring!
Love this all black outfit with a pop of hot pink. This is a great outfit for a GNO!
Last but not least, pairing a blazer with a maxi dress or skirt! I live in maxi dresses all summer and sometimes it gets chilly at night or if I am going to a function I may feel underdressed. Pairing the dress with a bright blazer adds the perfect touch.
There are so many shades to choose from: turquoise, hot pink, coral, yellow. Your options are endless this year! What color and look is your favorite?