One of the pillars of the famous French style is the tweed blazer. In addition to a trench coat, a Breton shirt or black jeans, this blazer is particularly popular with chic Parisians. Let’s try to restore her looks, shall we?
Coco Chanel was the first designer to introduce the tweed blazer to the fashion world. After that, everything else is history. This blazer is loved and worn by the most powerful women in the world. However, this staple is perfect for everyday use. The key is to style it in a modern way. Otherwise, you can look retro and if that’s not what you want then scroll down to see great outfits I’ve picked for you.
Colorful boucle tweed
Colorful tweed jackets are great for making your outfits sing. They’re perfect for warmer spring days when you can pair them with jeans and black pointed toe high heels.
When it comes to the top, pair this tweed blazer with something neutral like a white or black turtleneck.
Beautiful colors make your outfit look interesting and very stylish. This is what it looks like when you pair your tweed blazer with a plain white t-shirt. The result is still very appealing.
If you want to stand out from the crowd, pair this outfit with red ankle boots.
When you have friendship and business partner rolled into one like these two Italian fashionistas, then it makes sense that you want to get dressed right away.
Matching outfits are definitely cool and you should definitely try it with your girlfriends! Paste color tweed jackets go great with jeans and two-tone shoes.
When in Paris you look like a Parisian. Rolled-up light-colored jeans and the burgundy-colored Chanel tweed blazer are one of the pillars of French style. If you like the way these girls look, try adding these chic staples into your wardrobe. Black stilettos are a must.
If you think tweed is only for special occasions, you are wrong. This blazer is great for everyday wear. With jeans, chinos, dresses and skirts.
However, it’s always interesting to have details that make a statement. The red bag would be a good choice.
As I’ve mentioned a couple of times, I love the French style. Especially this madame.
Emmanuelle Alt is the editor-in-chief of Vogue. She loves tweed as you can see from her outfits. She wears tweed blazers all the time.
This time around, she decided to pair it with bell bottoms and a plain white t-shirt.
Plaid as one of the main prints of this fashion season has captured the hearts of many fashion girls. It is versatile, so you can combine it with any other material and print.
Opt for these beautiful petrol blue ankle boots that are covered with velvet. Leave the rest of the outfit black and casual.
Chanel introduced us with sparkling silver boots. The good thing is that you can find them in retail stores like H&M and Zara.
Also, to recreate this look you need a nice and oversized plaid blazer. It is paired with shorts for a cool balance.
Bell sleeves look very beautiful and romantic. When you pair it with tweed, you get an amazing edgy look.
Cropped jeans with frayed hems were staples of the past year, but you can try them for spring too. Wear this look with patent leather ankle boots. This is an excellent look for your work.
If you want to highlight your body figure while wearing your double-breasted suit, then buckle it up! Put on a wide belt with a large buckle. It should definitely look retro, with the modern twist.
Team your plaid blazer with a simple black turtleneck and black jeans. Choose between high heels and comfortable Chelsea booties.
Black leggings styling was reserved for the gym only, but it’s no longer like that. You can even wear your leggings in your office. But how should you style them? With a checked tweed blazer!
Put on a thin belt and wear a black turtleneck down below. Ankle boots would be a fantastic idea.
Two-tone jeans with a frayed hem are a big trend right now. Wearing it with a gray plaid blazer and a burgundy plaid button-down is a great idea for everyday or work wear.
Put on white flats for the ultimate in chic.
The autumn days are over, but you can always be ready for the next one. This tweed blazer looks great. It is made of red tweed with yellow stripes. So this girl decided on the matching yellow mustard bag.
If you feel like mixing it up, add a striped black and white top and you’ve got a great workwear look.
Orange was the color of the winter season. With spring almost at our door, I want to show you how you can transfer winter orange to spring.
Combine your plaid orange blazer with a beige turtleneck and leather pants. Leather gives you an edgy feel while the rest of your outfit looks classy.
The belt bag was one of the biggest surprises fashion has brought us over the last year. However, the girls loved it.
You can combine your fanny pack with a plaid blazer and a matching plaid skirt. Stay in neutral earth tones. That way you can combine them more easily.
Classy skinny jeans are always a safe choice when it comes to long blazers. You need to find a balance between the bodice and lower staples.
Combine everything with elegant black loafers for the perfect workwear look.
A printed t-shirt is versatile. If you thought you couldn’t style it with a sleek blazer, you were wrong. Of course you can! Don’t forget to wear two-tone block heeled shoes.
Pantsuits are great for work clothes. They look chic, elegant and very businesslike. This great gray tweed pant suit also looks good for the little girls.
You can pair it with high-heeled strappy sandals and a black handbag.
Velvet bell bottoms are definitely not a staple that you see every day. It looks pretty comfy, but there is also a question of how to style it.
This it-girl opted for a gray tweed blazer and a white top with a high turtleneck.
Layers are very difficult to wear. However, it is also very interesting and stylish when you see mixed patterns and materials in an outfit combination.
This girl opted for a mix of casual and chic clothes. She combined a plaid button-down around her waist with a gray blazer, a sweater and jeans.
I hope you like outfit ideas that I have prepared for you!