When I wore the sweater blazer last on my blog, I got a lot of emails and DMs about more ways to style it. To be honest, it’s usually something I throw on over whatever I’m wearing (usually something simple), but it’s a great piece to have no matter what. I love that it’s comfortable but still structured. A step up from a casual sweatshirt but not as fussy as a true blazer.
Don’t take my word for it though, it has a nearly perfect 5-star rating of other customer reviews.
The left is how I styled it a couple of weeks ago. Polished, but pretty casual still considering the jeans. This time around, I dressed it up slightly for a relaxed work look.
(To be honest, I would have worn the other one to my old office but people showed up in yoga pants and hoodies every day 🤷🏻♀️ I get nervous even saying the word “work,” because work appropriate is different for every industry and every city has its own social norms of what “counts” and what doesn’t. Just felt like I had to throw that in there in case my outfit isn’t work appropriate for your particular office.)
I did a sponsored Instagram for Stitch Fix and got to experience first hand the personal styling service. These black Theory pants were part of the Fix and, the second I put them on, I wondered why I hadn’t gotten them sooner. As much as I love my J. Crew black pants, these are Quality with a capital Q. If you’re on a budget, J. Crew totally gets the job done, but if you can invest, I can’t recommend these pants more!
I added some fun earrings so the outfit wouldn’t be a complete bore!