How to Wear a White Blazer for Women


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Want to look more polished, stat? There are certain must-have closet pieces that every woman needs to own, to make getting dressed easier and more fashionable. The white blazer for women is absolutely one of those essential dressing pieces, along with the perfect pair of skinny jeans, and a great white shirt. These items can instantly add elegance to so many different outfits, from casual day-off looks, to office wear, and cute going out outfits. Get fashion #inspo on how to wear a white blazer with our collection of street style outfits.

Boyfriend Blazer and Mini Skirt

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Here’s a cute outfit that’s perfect for warm weather dates, when you want to be comfortable but look fashionable enough for wherever the night might take you. A white boyfriend blazer is the perfect top layer for an easy date night outfit with a t-shirt tucked into a mini skirt. Dress it up with high heels and a cute clutch purse for cocktails and parties, or go low key in loafers, as pictured here, for day dates and concerts.

With a Crop Top

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A white blazer and pants can look streamlined and sophisticated—but it can also be styled to look young and edgy. Take a look at this street style outfit with a white blazer, white trousers and a black crop top. Seriously cool black accessories, including Ray Ban style sunglasses and a studded black leather bag, add a rock and roll vibe that feels just right.

With Flare Jeans

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Wide leg jeans are back in style now—but it can be challenging to wear this vintage inspired, hippie style and look pulled together. As seen here, adding a white blazer to an outfit with flare jeans is your secret weapon to looking instantly better dressed. We’d wear this cute casual outfit to brunch with the girls, going antiquing, or for city sightseeing.

Perfect Weekend Outfit

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We could easily live in this cute weekend outfit of slim jeans, a white t-shirt, and a perfect-fitting white blazer for women. So many fashion editors dress exactly like this when they’re not working, because it always looks chic. This is one of those go-to outfits that can be styled in so many different ways with accessories, too, to look fashionable for practically everywhere you need to go on your casual days off.

With White Trousers

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The pantsuit for women is back in a major way this year, so why not jump on this elegant trend? Pair a double-breasted white blazer with slim matching pants, for a gorgeous and sophisticated work outfit that you can wear to impress clients, the boss, and your envious co-workers. (Just be careful not to get ink on it!)

With a Sundress

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The floral print dress is a must-have daytime dressing piece for summer. You can extend the wear of a sundress in your wardrobe, though, simply by adding a chic white blazer over top. (We love the addition of well-chosen white accessories in the outfit pictured here, too). This pretty, pulled together outfit is a great way to wear your summer dresses in transitional months, so you can get more life out of your clothes.

With a Colorful Maxi Skirt

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Here’s a great trick for wearing summery maxi dresses to the office, and looking polished. A white blazer pulls together your outfit in a long, floaty hem for presentations and meetings. Take off the jacket at the end of the workday, and you’re dressed for cocktails

Date Night Outfit

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Here’s a cute going out outfit that’s not only polished and elegant—it’s also perfect for protecting you against over air conditioning in restaurants. A tuxedo style white blazer adds elegance to a little black dress in lace. Wear this fresh outfit on summer dates, when you want to impress your sweetie.

Over a Sheer Skirt

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The sheer skirt is having a fashion moment now—but we’ll be the first to admit, it’s not the easiest trend to wear. As this street style look shows, a white blazer is like a secret weapon in your wardrobe that you can use to elevate a trendy sheer skirt, adding a little bit of polish to your look.

Over an All Black Outfit

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A white blazer is perfect for helping you break up an all-black outfit, and add visual interest to your look. Here, you can how simply layering a fitted white blazer over a basic weekend outfit of a black turtleneck and black jeans, suddenly makes it look sophisticated enough to wear out to dinner—especially with a great pair of high heels.

White Blazer With Black Piping

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When you’re wearing an all-white outfit, it’s important to style it right, so that you add visual interest. Otherwise, you can end up looking bland. This white blazer with black piping around the edges, and a pretty bow detail at the waist, does a lot of that styling for you. You could wear this style of white blazer easily to the office with trousers and a ladylike bag, as pictured here, or with jeans for a polished weekend look.

Over Stripes and Jeans

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Style a chic spring look by layering a white tuxedo style jacket over stripes and jeans. A belt highlights your shape and adds visual interest at your middle (props to the logo mania belt shown here) and summery accessories in woven or wicker fabrics keep your overall look light.

With a Mini Skirt and Tall Boots

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Show off your stems in fall and winter, by wearing trendy over the knee boots with a flouncy mini skirt. A buttoned-up white blazer is super chic over this combo, and makes a nice change from the usual chunky sweater.

With a Long White Skirt

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Want an alternative a maxi dress, when you’re going out on in the evening? For gallery openings and cultural events, you’ll look like a boss in a white blazer buttoned like a top over a long white skirt.

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