6 Ways to Style a Nude Blazer

Wow, never in my wildest dreams did I think this nude colored blazer would be one of the most worn pieces in my wardrobe. It’s functional, to be sure, but is it a must-have staple? I say it is! Below are 6 ways to style a nude blazer, but you could easily come up with dozens of other options to mix and match!

One more quick thing before you peruse the list. While I thought about writing this post with a black blazer instead, I ultimately decided against it. While a black blazer is certainly a wardrobe staple, I thought a nude blazer worked better for the color palette of my closet. I have a lot of white, black and beige clothing, so I wanted something that would pair well with each item, but not overpower the entire look. A black blazer would look a tad too formal for these particular outfits, and ultimately I think I made the right choice for this post. The blazer is a total knockout, no matter how you swing it, however, and it also comes in black and white!

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1. White Bodysuit + Denim Shorts

Okay, I know it’s December and a bit chilly for shorts right now, but I couldn’t resist! I have already seen a few brave souls attempt this look after I shared an Instagram Reel about it, and I know a lot of you will be going somewhere warm for the holidays! If you don’t needs sweaters and mittens, you can still look put together by tossing a blazer over your tropical outfit.

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2. Nude Bodysuit + Black Denim

This felt like the most corporate of the six looks. I frequently style these mules for the office, and I almost always travel with a blazer for work. You can also pair this with a pencil skirt or dress, but my office is casual, so black pants and mules always seem to fit the mood of the workplace.

Shop the loafers in black | beige | white

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3. White Camisole + Distressed Denim

This is one of my personal go-to date night looks. I love the juxtaposition between a structured jacket and a distressed denim. I also have these chiffon camisoles in a few colors so I can mix and match depending on the season. Like a pop of color? Throw on a pink cami or red pumps to spice it up a bit!

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4. Black Bodysuit + Black Denim

Ah, the fall look we didn’t know we needed! Since living in Dallas my style has somewhat evolved into “cowboy chic”. I don’t often dress with a western flare, but I love a classy cowboy boot more than just about anyone. Add an oversized blazer and some skin tight black denim and you’ve got yourself an uptown cowboy look that will definitely turn some heads.

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5. White Mini Dress

This has been my go-to white dress since before I was married, and I now wear it for every wedding anniversary! Unfortunately I can’t find this dress in black, otherwise I would certainly snag it for fall. I love the idea of a mini dress and blazer because they each hit at the same spot on your leg, and it’s a sexier look without showing too much skin. It’s also great to have this jacket to place over your lap if your dress is a tad short when you sit down. Zoom in on the outfit to see my fun wedding shoes! I also wear these for every wedding anniversary. 🙂

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6. Black Bodysuit + Classic Denim

This is another classic look no matter your body type or personal style! I often feel so uninspired when looking for an outfit for date night or a friends birthday lunch, and this look always does it for me. It’s simple, tasteful, and can be dressed up or down! Want to dress it up? Try a silk bodysuit or heels. Want to dress it down? Opt for a high-neck blouse and some ballet flats or loafers.

SIZING

You didn’t think I’d leave you hanging with sizing, did you? Of course not!

I am a 4-6 in blazers and I ordered an XS. I was probably in. between an XS and a S but the blazer is a tad oversized and longer than most blazers. While I wanted an “oversized” look, I was still able to achieve that while sizing down one size.

What’s right for you? If you don’t often wear fitted clothing, or want a thicker sweater under the blazer, I would stick to your true size. If you’re petite or want a longer blazer that still fits your body fairly well, I would size down. Even though I’m not petite, (I’m almost 5’7), I still managed to have the blazer be plenty long enough. Be sure to read the reviews online and scroll up to see how it fits me in different outfits.

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