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Style Equation: Blazer + Jeans

Still feeling chilly? Find out the five different ways you can stay warm and stylish in this classic combo!
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Still feeling extra chilly? We've got a stylish solution you will definitely want to try! Start your week right by sporting your classic blazer with a trusty pair of jeans. This combo has been around for a while now, but we're giving tips on the different ways you can update it while feeling warm and looking totally fashionable. Can't wait to get started? Just scroll below to see the five fun ways you can style your blazer and jeans today!

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Take inspiration from the boys and pair together your menswear-style blazer with your boyfriend jeans. To add a feminine touch, opt to wear a bright colored top and some standout wedges.

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Don't have your own pantsuit? Try faking it by sporting a blazer and pants in the same color or hue! For a really fresh look, choose to wear both pieces in white and pair it with pastel accessories.

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For a more laid-back outfit, go with an oversized blazer paired with distressed jeans. Finish it off with loafers or brogues for a totally trendy look.

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Go for the unexpected outfit by matching your classic black and white striped blazer with pastel colored skinny jeans! Make this look appropriate for your internship interview by pairing it with pumps and a satchel.

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Want a more vintage-inspired look? Match your oversized olive or nazy blazer with dark jeans. Pair this look with some worn-out booties, a printed button down top, and a leather belt.

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