Monochrome Blue: Blue blazer, blue pants & leopard print top

Autumn is around the corner & the weather is getting a little bit unpredictable, although we can’t complain since we had an incredible summer this year. Anyway hope y’all had a lovely weekend, I had a busy weekend as I had to attend a rehearsal for catwalk4change to learn how to strut my stuff on the catwalk like a pro lol. Talking about catwalk4change, I hope you guys have bought the tickets, if not get them here for your chance to see bloggers on the runway & also to raise awareness &funds in aid of Mind & Macmillan.

I love blazers, I simply can’t get enough of them, and when I spotted this one a few months back I definitely knew it had to go home with me. Put a fashion forward spin on a style classic with a blue blazer. 

Blazers are great way of transitioning from summer to autumn/winter as they’re stylish & versatile. A blazer can instantly glam up any outfit, and this season, there are so many shapes and styles to choose from. I decided to go for a monochrome blue look by pairing the blue blazer with blue pants, leopard print top, gold cuff, rings & grey sandals for a chic suit inspired look.

Masculine or boyfriend blazers are set to be a massive hit this AW13 and can be styled with jeans, skirt, shorts or dress for a trendy look. For a summer outfit pair a light weight blue blazer with a skirt, top & brogues for a fun playful look. You can also layer your blazer by wearing knitwear underneath it to keep the cold at bay.

What I wore: blue pants: H&M, blue blazer: Primark, gold cuff: warehouse, long necklace: my shop, Sandals: Next, leopard print top: new look.

Let us know how you would style a blue blazer

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Absolutely in love with this look, its great how you can pull of such strong colors without it being overbearing! If this was me though, i'd probably wear the exact same thing - except all black... I dont suit colors -_- xx


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