You read that right! Today I’m sharing 21 ways to wear the JCrew Factory Schoolboy blazer in camel. The one I keep raving about?! Yes, that one.
If you only own one blazer for fall, winter, and spring, let it be this one. Mine is going strong after four years, even after all of these wearings. I owned a different camel blazer before this one, so I could have shared over 30 ways to wear a camel blazer, but this is going to be a massive post as it is so we will stick to 21.
2- With burgundy prints and brown– This camel blazer is the perfect neutral completer for a print top.
3- With pink and brown– soften the look with pink.
4- With a bright green pencil skirt and plaid scarf– This camel blazer makes the perfect pop against a colorful plaid.
5- With red bottoms. Pair any patterned top that goes with red, or stick with a neutral ivory black or white top, and you’ve got a winner with red bottoms.
6- With emerald green and brown– those same brown pants with the blazer take on another look with a green top and leopard booties.
7- With a plaid shirt dress
8- with all black. Pop some leopard and burgundy in there for interest.
9- Over a print shirt dress. When wearing a camel blazer in the winter with a dress or skirt, these chestnut/cognac color boots are the perfect compliment to this blazer.
10- With black and white. I’ve got a little pattern mixing going on with the scarf and tee here but you could do a solid black and white look with a camel blazer.
11- With black, burgundy and leopard
12- With burgundy and brown
13- With grey bottoms. Oh yeah! the same top and blazer combo as above with a totally different outfit with grey.
14- With the black turtleneck again and rust pants
15- With cobalt blue and black. Easily pair a camel blazer with Pantone’s color of the year.
16- With a red plaid shirt and jeans. This camel blazer is so good with jeans!
17- With a blue patterned top and navy bottoms.
18- With a green plaid top and black bottoms
19- With a leopard pencil skirt or pants. Two wrongs don’t make a right, but two neutrals do!
20- With a gingham shirt and jeans. (And just this quickly I thought of another pairing in my closet- black gingham shirt and black jeans.)
21- With a plum pencil skirt and lace blouse
I seriously don’t think you can wear this blazer any wrong way or any way that doesn’t look good. Maybe it wouldn’t be my favorite with yellows or pastels, but who knows?
Take this post for inspiration and make these outfits yours! You don’t have to create a work wear look- sub jeans. Sub skirts if you don’t like pants. If it’s too warm, sub a blouse in the same color for sweaters. Use colors, patterns and textures for inspiration and don’t feel boxed in by having to recreate the exact same look. Although if you do recreate the exact same look, I’d be flattered!
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