White Blazer Outfits!
Some women love bags, others fawn over shoes. I’m a JACKET girl, and that includes blazers! A blazer is a super simple way to take your summer outfits to the next level. A white blazer and jeans? Yep. Blazer and a maxi dress? Absolutely. How about with shorts? 100%! Keep scrolling to see my favorite white blazers for summer styled 5 different ways (and a bonus option too). These are some of my favorite, easy yet elevated, looks for summer!
If you are looking for other ways to cover up your arms this summer, we share several awesome tops in this post, and a lightweight sweater for cool summer nights, here!
BLAZER | TEE | JEANS | BELT | SANDALS | MORE SIZES | SIMILAR | NECKLACE | SUNGLASSES | RING | SIMILAR CUFF
#1) White Blazer With Edgy Jeans
This might just be my favorite way to wear a white blazer during the summer! I paired my white Cinq a Sept blazer with a pair of Moussy Vintage split hem jeans that have a bit of distressing. I love how the edginess of the ripped jeans contrasts with the sophistication of the blazer.
The blazer has ruched, ¾ sleeves which are the PERFECT length…you don’t have to worry about trying to keep them pushed up. Whether you live in a super hot or mild summer climate, this blazer is great to throw over your shoulders on cool nights or when the AC is blasting inside. On my feet, I’m wearing some comfortable See by Chloe platform sandals that are going to be a go-to all summer. Then I added a reversible Valentino belt and some gold accessories. The jeans and tee are fine on their own, but when you add the blazer, it takes the look from fine to fabulous!
BLAZER | TEE | PANTS | WEDGES | SUNGLASSES | NECKLACE | SIMILAR CUFF
#2) White Blazer With Pants
The secret to this look? Comfort without frump! I’m wearing the same Cinq a Sept blazer but this time I paired it with these gauzy cotton pants by Rails. They have an elastic waist for maximum comfort, but the chic (and cool!) fabric and split hem are both sophisticated details. The outfit has an effortless, easy-going vibe, but it’s still very intentional and pulled together…because of the addition of the white blazer. And this look is incredibly versatile! It would be amazing for travel, the office, lunch with friends…and, the pants are NOT see-through! I’m wearing a pair of Veronica Beard wedges that have almost a 4″ heel so if you are 5’4″ and under, you’ll need to wear some sort of heel with these pants, but if you’re taller you can pull off sandals or sneakers.
BLAZER | TEE | SHORTS | SANDALS | MORE SIZES | SIMILAR | NECKLACE | SUNGLASSES | RING | SIMILAR CUFF
#3) White Blazer with Shorts
Add some sophistication and femininity to shorts with a white blazer and heels! Shorts don’t always have to be really casual. Sure, these pleated, pinstripe Marissa Web shorts would be super laid-back with sneakers and a t-shirt, but when you add the white blazer and some platform sandals, you now have an unexpected ‘dressy’ look to pull out for dinner or a date on a warm evening. The inseam is just shy of 3″ so they aren’t too short and the neutral khaki color pairs beautifully with white. To transition this look into fall (or if you don’t love showing your legs), swap out the shorts for a pair of elevated joggers or paper bag waist khaki pants!
If you’re looking for tips on how to wear shorts over 40, I share really helpful tips in this post. Plus, the best, age-appropriate denim shorts here.
BLAZER | DRESS | WEDGES | NECKLACE | SIMILAR CUFF | SUNGLASSES
#4) White Blazer with a Dress
I threw on the same white blazer with this gorgeous pink Alice & Olivia dress to add a second layer for some extra warmth and arm coverage when the temps dropped during my trip to Malibu, CA. OK, where do I start with this dress?? The lace detail, covered working buttons, the long sleeves…I’m going to be reaching for this dress over and over again. I styled it here with wedges and the blazer but I know I’ll wear it with a denim jacket and sandals and it would be perfect as a coverup too. Again, I don’t mean to sound like a broken record, but…it’s the blazer that takes this dress to another level!
BLAZER | TEE | JEANS | SANDALS | MORE SIZES | SIMILAR | NECKLACE | EARRINGS | RING
#5) White Blazer with Baggy Jeans
If you aren’t a huge fan of distressed or ripped jeans like I featured in #1 above, but you ARE ready to embrace jeans with a straight leg or looser fit, this jeans and white blazer combo is the look for you! In these photos, you can really see how the fit of the blazer is so flattering. It’s not boxy at all and the one-button hits right at the waist of my high-rise jeans, helping create that cinched waist. The blazer covers my bottom and is almost down to my fingertips. This creates a long and lean silhouette that doesn’t add any bulk around the middle. I added some gold jewelry and platform sandals to finish off this easy, summertime, sophisticated outfit.
BLAZER | DRESS | SANDALS | SUNGLASSES
BONUS White Blazer with a Maxi Dress
I wanted to share just one more *bonus* look with you that includes a double-breasted white blazer by Evereve. This blazer is a stretch linen blend so it’s very lightweight and also has the same longline fit and notched lapels as the Cinq a Sept blazer. If you’re looking for a more budget-friendly option, this blazer is more affordable at under $160. Now, let’s talk about how I styled it!
The maxi dress I’m wearing by Velvet is made of the softest cotton and is incredibly breezy and fun…and no wrinkles! It has a flattering and adjustable one-shoulder neckline which is tough to see in these photos, but if you want to see more photos of this beautiful maxi, you should check out this post. When wearing your white blazer with a maxi dress, you want to make sure that the blazer nips in at the waist, like this one, so your frame isn’t overwhelmed by all the fabric.
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