I think we can all agree that the oversize blazer has served us well, if not fantastically, since coming back into the fashion spotlight several years ago. Spanning all ages and vibes, the trend, which took on more of a staple role, has added a polished yet relaxed touch to countless looks and has been the go-to third piece for more outfits than any of us could possibly put a number on. As it always happens in the fashion world, there seems to be a change slowly brewing within the most trend-forward dressers among us, which can only mean the rest of us will soon be following suit—see what I did there?
Verbiage aside, it’s true. Fitted blazers are taking over, and if the people styling them aren’t enough to prove it, maybe the brands making them will convince you. With everyone from The Row and Toteme to Zara and Mango on board, it’s hard not to acknowledge the uprising happening right before our eyes. To see just what I mean, simply keep scrolling.
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Hal Fitted Leather Blazer
Reformation coming through with the perfect brown-leather moment.
I must say I’m inspired by this styling.
The Favorite Blazer
Pair this with any classic black trousers for a makeshift suit you’ll always look polished in.
Minimalist Fitted Blazer
I’m so glad the color red is back and here to stay.
Peaked Lapel Tweed Blazer
A little tweed is always a good idea.
Eliza Tweed Blazer
This is exactly how I’d style it too.
Cropped Jacket With Pockets
I would be lying if I didn’t say Mango’s new arrivals inspired me to actually write this story.
Blazer-Jacket in Plaid Italian City Wool Blend
Of course, J.Crew would make a plaid blazer feel unbelievably cool.
Horsebit-Embellished Prince of Wales Checked Wool Blazer
Everything about it is simply perfect.
rag & bone
Razor Leather Blazer
A leather blazer is a forever piece.
Nina Classic Notched Collar Blazer
Dru Wool and Silk-Blend Blazer
Basically, if The Row makes it, I want it.
Black Waist Blazer
This brand is a trove of stunning pieces.
You can always count on H&M to give you the perfect affordable option.
Marnie Wool Blazer
Of course, it comes in black, too, but this full-gray look with pops of red really drew me in.
Going-Out Blazer in Stretch Twill
I love anything that has the words “going out” in its name.
Recycled Woven Blazer
This brand can do no wrong in my book.