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If I could only style one article of clothing for the rest of my life, it would be a blazer. A blazer is a versatile piece that looks good with virtually anything and never goes out of style. It feels good spending money on something you know you’ll wear more than once, season after season. Fast fashion is out; investing in pieces you’ll wear forever is in.
Fall fashion has me dreaming of blazers in an array of rich hues. Morning coffee run? Throw a black blazer on with your leggings. Midweek drinks with friends? Style a plaid blazer with a floral maxi dress and booties.
Whether you’re someone who works from home or is in the office at a 9-to-5 Monday through Friday, a blazer can be worn with sweats or the dressiest of suit pants.
Ahead, our favorite blazers we’re adding to our cart this fall season.
Amazon The Drop has a great selection of fashionable, on-trend pieces for a fraction of the cost of most luxury brands. We love the long silhouette of this blazer for a chic and polished look — and it’s available in nine colors!
The Faustine jacket by Veronica Beard is giving men’s vintage suitcoat vibes in the best of ways. Pair it with a dark pair of denim to let the intricate patchwork detail of the jacket be the star of the show.
The boxy fit of this faux leather blazer will make for a great layering piece this fall season. Swap out your leather jacket for this trendy piece and style it for a nighttime look with a miniskirt and tall boots.
At this point, I own more plaid blazers than the number of days in a week. Plaid is a quintessential fall pattern, and the Winston blazer is offered in three neutral colorways: charcoal, chestnut or dark brown. The oversized fit is perfect for layering your favorite fall sweaters underneath.
Everlane The ‘80s Blazer, $175
Channel Princess Diana in the ‘80s Blazer with exaggerated shoulders and a classic notch collar. Pastels are big for the autumn season this year, and this sage green will add an understated pop of color to any outfit.
Pinstripes are a classic print and are great for elongating your figure. Pair this one with matching trousers for an elevated workwear look, or style with leggings and sneakers to achieve a model-off-duty vibe.
Theory Etiennette Blazer, $345
The Etiennette blazer is the ultimate power jacket featuring a cinched waist and cutaway front. Whether you’re taking meetings from your local Starbucks or heading to the office on Wall Street, this is the ultimate sophisticated staple.
This grey blazer is major. It’s giving my boyfriend’s jacket without the drama of actually having a boyfriend. Wear it with a loose button-up top and baggy denim for a comfortable, on-trend look.
Whether you’re headed to the orchard to pick apples or meeting friends at a local bar for dinner and drinks, this deep brown blazer is a must-have addition to your fall wardrobe. Pair it with faux leather brown jeans for a monochromatic chocolate look.
Barbiecore isn’t just about hot pink; soft pastel pink is having a major moment too. Channel Elle Woods in PAGAIA’s oversized tailored jacket. Made from organic cotton and regenerated fibers, you can feel as good as you look knowing you’re shopping more sustainably.
Topshop Textured Blazer, $130
A cool weather staple you’ll wear year after year, this textured blazer from Topshop can be worn open or closed for a variety of looks.
Cher Horowitz called; she wants her blazer back. This is a statement piece that is made for a fashionista. Embrace the ’90s in this cropped plaid blazer in a mustard yellow color. Pair with a miniskirt, loafers, and ankle socks to really achieve a Clueless-inspired look.
H&M Double-Breasted Blazer Dress, $64.99
For an easy one-and-done look, we love this blazer dress from H&M. Wear it with tights and stilettos, or opt to wear it open as an oversized jacket with jeans and booties.
Anine Bing Quinn Blazer, $399.00
Anine Bing makes street-style pieces that are so stylish and truly wearable. This equestrian-inspired piece looks beautiful over a white tee and cargo pants.
J.Crew Willa Blazer, $278
Burgundy is a tried-and-true fall color that returns every autumn season. This slightly draped blazer is made to be worn with matching trousers for a chic pantsuit look.
If you enjoyed this roundup, check out these 10 trousers we have on our shopping list this fall!