While blazers are a great basic piece in every adult woman’s wardrobe, they can also add a touch of oomph to basic and not-so-basic outfits alike. Choosing one in a great color or a cool print will not enrich your wardrobe with something that you’ll wear with everything in your closet, for years to come. But it can revamp a wardrobe full of basics, or it can add even more interest to an already trendy set.
Many women reserve brights for spring and summer. Most of us do become more attached to neutrals in colder months, rediscovering the beauty of winter whites, and the elegance of an all-black outfit. Texture and shine takes the leading role in most of our winter wardrobes. But what we often forget is that color has the power to make any rainy, foggy, or snowy day a tad happier. And for those of us who still feel reluctant to wear bright pink in January, typical fall hues such as burgundy, mustard and pine green can be great alternatives.
For the past few seasons prints have been all over the runways, retail stores and streets, and they are still going strong. Floral, Aztec, animal, mirror and photo prints are everywhere. This is great news for those of us who are looking to update are dull wardrobe with interest pieces. Finding the blazer with the right cut, fabric and print is no easy task, but it is definitely worth it:
I hope I inspired you to try new colors and prints even during the winter time. In my next few posts I would like to show you my experimentation with my two favorite blazers.
Have a great evening.