Women are embracing tailored blazers this fall and giving them a prominent place in fall wardrobes.
This year’s iteration of the jacket incorporates interesting silhouettes (we see you, strong shoulders) and delicate embroidery. Not to mention that DIY touches like cinching with a skinny belt, turn functional into just plain fun.
Favorite Tailored Blazers to Suit Every Style
When the father of floral plays with the classics, the result is always stunning. Ted Baker’s Darceye suit jacket features a traditional check modernized with pretty petals. Pair over black cigarette pants and cinch with a thin belt for an updated shape.
Ted Baker, 201 Newbury St., Boston
Wear your heart on your sleeve of Cinq à Sept’s Embroidered Estelle Blazer. This romantic, tailored blazer is made of soft, Japanese fabric.
Saks Fifth Avenue, 800 Boylston St., Boston
Connecticut designer Neville Wisdom adds details like oversized pockets, double sleeves, and a drawstring waist for bringing shape to the slouchy G Jacket Rayon Ponte. Available in black, emerald and charcoal.
Neville Wisdom, 903 Whalley Ave., New Haven, Conn.
Cut to a slim-fit silhouette, Reiss’ Beatrix Jacket is a one-button wonder, especially when you pair it with the coordinating shorts. Soft pink is super feminine, while the red is ever-so bold.
Reiss, 132 Newbury St., Boston
The Women’s Kinetic Blazer by Boston-born business wear brand Ministry of Supply boasts Japanese Primeflex warp-knit fabric with four-way stretch and liner-free structure. Bonus points: It’s wrinkle-free and machine-washable.
Ministry of Supply, 299 Newbury St., Boston
Want to know what else we are wearing this fall? Furry footwear, monochrome outfits, and some seriously great hats.