The J.Crew Sweater Blazer is the wardrobe staple that every woman needs. It’s comfortable, professional, and you can wear it in so many ways. It’s made of a soft, but heavy cotton fabric. It holds its shape, stands up to busy kiddos, and allows you to feel completely put together. Despite being so affordable, it doesn’t feel at all cheap so, for the price point, it’s a total win.
Since it hit the market nearly 3 years ago, J.Crew has maintained this piece in their year-round collection–proof that the consumer has spoken. It now comes in even more colors and styles–everything from neutral solids, to longer lengths, to extended sizing.
For modern moms, this piece is truly a must-have. Whether you opt for jeans, leggings, or a cute faux leather mini skirt, you’re guaranteed to look like the sophisticated boss that you are. See more way you can style it below!
3 Different Ways to Style the J.Crew Sweater Blazer
Dress it Down
For the weekend: wear your sweater blazer with a graphic tee, leather mini skirt and sneakers
With the beautiful weather, we are currently having, this is an absolutely perfect combination for weekends. A comfy graphic t-shirt, a mini skirt, and pair of comfortable sneakers make for an easy yet totally chic outfit for getting out and about.
Take it Out
For a Night Out: pair your sweater blazer with leather pants, a satin tank, and strappy heels
To be honest, these faux leather pants aren’t ones you’ll want to wear in 70 degrees, but they make for a sharp date night look on cooler evenings. A simple, black silk tank and a pair of stiletto heels dress up the casual feel of the sweater blazer. I included a long, layered necklace–one of my absolute favorites from Stella and Dot–to add a small bit of bling. (Typically, when dressing up, I usually opt for layered chain details than jewelry with crystal or gem-like accents.)
Wear it to Work
For Work: wear your sweater blazer with a pair of suede black pumps, and a silk bow-neck blouse.
The best part about this sweater blazer is how professional it looks, making it ideal for workwear. Though mine was purchased in grey, you could even “up” its professionalism by purchasing it in a darker color, like black or navy, which will make it look even less like a sweater and more like a blazer.