Blazers come in all different styles, colors, textures and lengths and can be worn for any event, meeting or dinner. This particular blazer is longer than what I would normally wear, yet it still flatters, can be worn with different length sleeves and sort of looks like a peplum flare in the back. I found this in Santa Barbara, at a consignment store for $10.00. I would like eventually to personalize it with some gems or beadwork on the collar. I paired my Guess cream and gold blouse to add some texture and shapes, since the pattern is small circles. I adore my sleek tuxedo stripe pants from Forever 21. They are a great tan color and the black stripe makes them slimming and bold and a great work pant too. I chose my pointed Nine West suede heels. They are simplistically subtle for my purse to pop. This LV purse is my pride and joy. I love the monogram and shape. The red is courageous and stands out from miles away. My jewelry - the cuff bracelet and costume ring - are from Forever 21. This is a great idea for an interview or dinner with some colleagues. Hope you are inspired. Happy Wednesday everyone.
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The star of this outfit is her jacket for sure. The very clean look of the white jacket looks great with the pop of red in her bag. The pants however I am not so sure about. With these pieces, I like her pants but I just don’t think they work with this blazer and top. Her shoes don’t work with her pants, they are too strict. So she has one outfit from the waist up, which is business-like and a different outfit from the waist down, which is off. Now, if only she could find a top to match her pants and some pants to match her top/jacket, she would have two really great looking outfits.