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Time to invest in a statement blazer

Don't be intimidated by a statement patterned blazer – it's surprisingly easy to style. All you need are basic monochrome separates underneath (we're talking black kick flare jeans, a white tee, and boots). Keep your accessories similarly pared-back, and you're good to go.

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Bring a contemporary edge to florals

There are few prints as pervasive as florals, and for good reason: they look great with a slew of wardrobe staples. Case in point: this floral midi skirt teamed with a structured blazer and striped shirt. White ankle boots cement the edgy and contemporary slant.

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Why this pairing is a must

Looking for a way to dress down a grey blazer? Start by layering it over a white, slouchy tee and finishing the look with grey denim. We’d bring a grey jumper just in case the weather changes…

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Add some flair to masculine tailoring

This season, we're loving the masculine outlines of tailored separates like a double-breasted blazer. They'll look particularly sharp in classic black, but you can always inject some colour via a rollneck jumper (red is a bold choice we're loving).

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Consider a check blazer

Oh, so you’re looking for a new blazer? We’d recommend opting for a classic check iteration. Layer it over a longer length brown dress and finish with a pair of mid-calf brown boots. Simple as that.

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Bonjour, Parisian chic

There’s a reason why French style is universally adored: it’s just so timelessly stylish. All it takes is a few simple pieces – the classic Breton knit, slim jeans, and loafers – et voila, un chic outfit.

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How to bring colour into workwear

Workwear doesn't have to mean black and white. Bring brights into your weekday via a yellow knit and rust trousers. You can always temper the vibrant tones with a grey check blazer. Then use your accessories – think an orange bag – to complement the earthy palette.

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Wear check on check

Sometimes two checks are better than one. You can wear a check blazer and check trousers in one look, as long as you mix large-scale and small-scale prints. To take them from desk to city streets, wear yours with chunky trainers and orange acetate sunglasses.

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