Blazer Trends For The Chic Party Goer In You

Planning a party wardrobe for this time of the year calls for some serious consideration. It’s a tough choice between opting for something cozy and comfortable through the long winter evenings and an outfit that spells party chic. Trust the good old blazer to rescue us one more time through the dilemma.

For The Lady’s Wardrobe

It can’t hurt to take a cue from Gisele Bundchen’s sense of style, can it? Pair your statement gown with a jewel-toned tuxedo. It gives you the freedom to be wrapped in layers of warm without cutting down on the style quotient. Depending on whether you choose a fairy-tale gown or one that’s more glamorous, you will create a party look that’s every bit personal as
it is celeb-inspired.

If you are the first person to hit the dance floor and the last one to leave, chances you are looking for something that’s as comfortable as a pair of trousers. Only, you wish there was still a way you could rock a chic look. Say hello to layers that compliment your spirit. Introduce a metallic jacket to a tank top and a pair of equally glossy trousers. Throw in a pair of wedges if not pumps, and say a secret Thank You to Kate Moss.

For The Gentleman’s
wardrobe

Men, leave your work blazers back in the office. The party seasons call for attire that is every bit in sync with your party personality. Are you the easygoing guy next door who doesn’t mind turning up to a party in a T-shirt? Well, throw on a linen jacket over it. It’s suave but not stifling. Stick with creams and whites if you prefer playing safe. Anything brighter than a navy blue is perfect if you want to make a statement.

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Men, leave your work blazers back in the office. The party seasons call for attire that is every bit in sync with your party personality. Are you the easygoing guy next door who doesn’t mind turning up to a party in a T-shirt? Well, throw on a linen jacket over it. It’s suave but not stifling. Stick with creams and whites if you prefer playing safe. Anything brighter than a navy blue is perfect if you want to make a statement.

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