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You Can Get a Checked Blazer on Every Budget and Still Look Expensive

You Can Get a Checked Blazer on Every Budget and Still Look Expensive

If we had to call one piece the item of 2018, it would be a checked blazer. It played a heavy part in throughout last year, into our spring/summer outfits and now it’s continuing through to autumn/winter 2019, too. We’ve spotted them on all our favourite street style stars from houndstooth to heritage and herringbone, any style goes as long as they’re checked. And luckily there is no shortage of alternatives we want to buy.

BurberryGucci and Chloé have created traditional jackets that are beyond beautiful, but if you can’t quite justify spending £1000 plus on one item, there are offerings from the likes of Ganni and Mango that are just as good. Sold? See how to style up a checked blazer below, then shop the best ones for all budgets, starting with Gucci and ending with an affordable version from H&M.

Balenciaga’s sellout hourglass blazer is back for another season. 

The longline length means this blazer will double up as a minidress, too.

As sleek as checked blazers come. 

This iterations has chic and subtle Clueless vibes about it. 

This was made to be worn with a berry lip. 

Dress this blazer down with a pair of straight-leg jeans and loafers. 

Belt details elevate this perennial style classic even more. 

This yellow hue will look luxe with burgundy and navy. 

Munthe is fast becoming our go-to Scandi brand this season. 

Camel hues look their sleekest with white and cream. 

Another sleek purchase from Arket. 

The puff sleeves ensure this blazer is as on-trend as they come. 

Up close, the colours in this blazer are divine. 

We’ve seen this in real life and can confirm it looks so much more expensive than it is. 

This will look great paired with leather trousers. 

You’ll naturally want to snap up the matching trousers. 

Opening Image: @tineandreaa

This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated.

Next up, your guide to the coolest winter coats.

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