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Vintage blazers add a touch of style and sophistication to a variety of looks. Whether you're going for a casual or professional vibe, vintage blazers often add that little something extra to your getup. Vintage blazers are typically classified as those made in the 1920s through the '60s. Because they were created back in the day, they often feature fabric, prints and cuts that differ from what is seen on the blazers of today. Donning a vintage blazer gives you a one-of-a-kind style and serious fashion props.
Throw on a cute fitted T-shirt and some nice cut-off jeans shorts under your blazer, it you're going for a casual look that's perfect for a day of shopping or lunch with the girls. A cute vintage floral or light-colored blazer completes this springtime look, as does a nice belt with a cute pair of flats.
Give a nod to 1980s fashion by rocking a ruffled skirt and form-fitting top underneath your vintage blazer. The blazer gives this darling look an edgy component, and is just the right ensemble to wear on a date or a night out with some friends. Slip on a pair of flats and you're good to go. You'll get bonus points if you sport a fedora.
Spruce up a boring work look by throwing on a bright-colored vintage blazer. Give the everyday black-pants-and-white-blouse look some serious style points by slipping on a hot pink blazer adorned with black accents over top. While you may think the bright color is too much for the office, the black pants pair well with the bold hue and make it more sophisticated. Throw on a pair of heels and you're ready to rock the work day. If bright pink's not your thing, try a light shade of blue or green instead.
Make a T-shirt and jeans look even better by accessorizing them with your vintage blazer. Nothing says "cool" like this laid-back look, which is a go-to outfit for just about any occasion. Cute ballet flats give the ensemble a feminine feel, as does a soft-colored blazer. Rocking a hat gives this look that extra something, which will surely have folks giving you some serious fashion props.
Go for the grunge by wearing a flannel-inspired blazer, a pair of cut-offs, your favorite band's T-shirt and a pair of boots. You'll have everyone thinking you walked straight out of the '90s.