Styling a Beige Blazer for the Spring / Autumn Transition

beige blazer styled with light neutrals in blog post about autumn and spring neutrals

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If you want your outfit to stand out, just put on something bright and sparkly! However, if subtlety is more your thing, all is not lost. And if the past few years have proven anything, it’s that an all neutral wardrobe is worthy of a second take. Whites, creams, navy, black can all be mixed and matched together to create looks that always feel fresh.

Reiss blazer (new season release here), Everlane trousers* (sz 2), Arket t-shirt (sz S), The Fold London loafers*, Celine bag (review here), Ray Ban sunglasses

In case you missed the memo, I’m kinda into neutrals. Aside from the fact that they feel fresh, the main reason for my love of neutrals is the fact that you get real bang for buck.  The ability to put countless outfits together means you’re less inclined to shop for pieces that will only last a season.  Sticking to a neutral colour palette has meant that a lot of the pieces I’ve added to my wardrobe in years past continue to get a lot of use – so if you’re looking to focus less on trends, neutral dressing is certainly the way to go.  

beige blazer from reiss styled with light neutrals in blog post about autumn and spring neutrals
beige blazer styled with light neutrals in blog post about autumn and spring neutrals

Reiss blazer (new season release here), Everlane trousers* (sz 2), Arket t-shirt (sz S), The Fold London loafers*, Celine bag (review here), Ray Ban sunglasses

You might recognise this beige blazer; I added it to my wardrobe last year and enjoyed styling it year round by mixing textures and playing with proportions.  And while blazers for work are a given, I love how this beige blazer elevates my relaxed ensembles as well.  When thrown over jeans and a tee, it gives off a polished but relaxed vibe – so very 2021 given everything that is still going on.  

The new season release of my blazer is very chic and I’ve found some equally stylish options for you below to consider.  

As always, thanks for stopping by!

P.S. Five ‘one and done’ pieces for Spring/Autumn and silk shirts that don’t have to be dry cleaned?! Um… yass please.

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