In case you don’t own one yet, a blazer is undoubtedly one of the most hard-working staples in a woman’s wardrobe. Equal parts sharp and subversive, it’s the perfect antidote for days when you want to look put together sans too much effort! Case in point: the plethora of celebrities donning the tailored jacket in their casual OOTDs!
Below, read on to see how these ever-so-stylish stars blend chicness and comfort with fashion’s favorite power jacket.
Casual Ways to Wear a Blazer, As Seen on Celebrities
1. Lovi Poe looked incredibly chic in a plaid blazer, worn over a classic beige turtleneck top and teamed with chunky white sneakers plus a Bottega Veneta Padded Cassette bag.
2. Neutrals allow for endless styling, and as Bea demonstrates, a blazer in a muted tone makes for an easy, sophisticated layering piece for ladies on the go.
3. Sticking to similar shades for a monochromatic OOTD is always a no-fail approach to dressing up, and Kathryn Bernardo favored a soothing blue palette for her dose of cool.
4. Sofia Andres looked like she took a styling masterclass when she layered a classic black blazer over an orange top and a pair of animal-printed wide leg pants. Her Jordan sneakers definitely add character to the entire 'fit, too!
5. When in doubt, go for the iconic blazer-and-jeans combo. Take cues from Julia Barretto on how to stick to a timeless look that always delivers.
6. Props for Elisse Josson who didn’t hold back when she styled her boxy yellow blazer with a quirky printed blouse underneath! We love a girl who's not afraid to go for bold colors.
7. Resident cool girl Jess Wilson paired her beige-colored casual blazer with fur-hemmed capri pants—a preppy yet chic combo we’re definitely copying!
8. Take it from Maggie Wilson to turn heads with her navy blue blazer teamed with a no-nonsense white tee and off-duty denim skirt. As always, she leveled up her otherwise casual ensemble with a generous layering of gold accessories!
*This story originally appeared on Preview.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Female Network editors.