Unstructured blazers outfit ideas

Looking for inspiration for how to style unstructured blazers? Here are outfit ideas and fashion tips from our expert stylists to make it easier to wear unstructured blazers.

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Out to impress

If you've been tasked with dressing smartly but value your comfort, a roll-neck jumper paired with a blazer, chinos, and Chelsea boots will keep you looking slick without compromising on comfort.

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Relaxed smarts

You can dress smartly without feeling stuffy. Forgo a normal blazer for an unstructured one, and swap out a shirt for a long-sleeved polo. The elements of smart are there, but you'll be way more comfortable.

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The unstructured appeal

An unstructured blazer is great all year round – proving linen isn't just the fabric of choice when temperatures spike. Plus it will instantly elevate a casual t-shirt, chinos and trainers.

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Go for rugged vibes

Leather boots instantly conjure thoughts of the Great Outdoors, even if you're only heading to work. So keep the blazer relaxed to avoid any practicality contrasts.

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The epitome of smart casual

Be smart (but with a hint of casual too), by pairing an unstructured blazer with a simple white tee and a pair of navy chinos. Then you have yourself a relaxed look that works for the office as well as the weekend.

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A relaxed take on smart-casual

You don't have to tuck a shirt in with a blazer. If you're not wearing a tie, and you've gone for boots over shoes, it feels relaxed rather than sloppy.

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Lose the structure, keep the style

By going for an unstructured blazer, you instantly bring the formality down a notch but you retain that classic pulled-together style with dark blue jeans and a shirt.

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Keep it cohesive

Blazer and trousers don't match? Think again. A brown blazer offset by stone trousers can be tied together with warm neutrals for a cohesive look. Remember: it's all about colour harmony, not a perfect match.

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