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5 Ways to Style a Blazer for Spring

5 Ways to Style a Blazer for Spring

We’re going to let you in on the hottest little secret this Spring:

It’s a blazer. That’s right—the piece you’ve had in your closet for years and considered it a staple for looking professional at the office work meeting. This classic is exploding on the street style scene. Every fashion influencer has been spotted wearing their blazer and we’ve been taking notes about the inventive ways they’re styling this wardrobe workhorse.


To keep it fresh, cool and fashion forward, there are few key tricks we will share;


1. Try an oversize silhouette, something that looks like it came from the men’s department. Style it with slouchy boots or a simple pair of jeans for an outfit that works everywhere.

2. One of our personal favorite ways to wear it is with a pair of easy bamboo pants. It adds the perfect level of sophistication to the more casual relaxed style.

3. Next you can wear it over a hoodie with skinny sweats or jeans featuring the hood out over the collar for that street chic casual cool. 

4. For a cool clean look wear it over a statement tee and a slick pair of skinny jeans and booties.

5. If you insist on the classic preppy casual, pair it with a button down shirt. Dont be afraid to mix prints and colours for a new twist on an old favourite.


Most important, dont forget to accessorize. Shoes, bags, jewelry are all important. You can even throw on a boho style hat or a baseball cap to style it to the occasion. Sky is the limit when creating your own style within a trend. 


Stop in and see us at X-Treme Clothing Boutique for your next shopping trip and allow our stylists to work with you to find your new street style unique to you.

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