10 Editor-Approved Blazer Outfits for Spring

10 Editor-Approved Blazer Outfits for Spring

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Ever wonder what Vogue editors wear to the office? This spring, the most worn item seems to be the blazer. The ideal transitional piece—at last, you can wear one sans coat!—a tailored blazer continues to be one of the most versatile staples in the spring wardrobe. A quick scan of the office and you’ll find a handful of editors wearing one in some form or another, so I asked a handful of said staff members to document their looks this week. No two outfits, personal styles, or blazers for that matter, were the same, indicating the endless outfit opportunities you can create with one.

In different materials and textures, fits, and silhouettes, here are all the ways Vogue editors are wearing a blazer right now. Shop the editor-look, below. 

Lisa Aiken, executive fashion and beauty director

Check Mate

Executive fashion and beauty director Lisa Aiken wears Isabel Marant’s oversized lapeled Nevim checked blazer over a leather midi skirt and comfortable old-Celine pumps.

Isabel Marant Nevim checked double-breasted crepe blazer

Uniqlo U crew neck short-sleeve T-shirt

Nanushka Amas wrap-effect vegan leather midi skirt

Loewe Toy 90 leather petal-toe pumps

Madeline Fass, fashion market editor

A Leather Look

Fashion market editor Madeline Fass masters transitional dressing by combining a leather blazer with summer staples like poplin shirting and fisherman sandals.

The Frankie Shop Olympia faux-leather blazer

Everlane oversized poplin shirt

Emme Parsons Ernest leather sandals

Laura Jackson, commerce writer

Lightweight Linen

Commerce writer Laura Jackson provides the ultimate summer office inspiration with a linen blazer, mini skirt, and suit vest.

Sir Clemence tailored vest

The Row lambskin band ballerina flats

Jose Criales Unzueta, Vogue Runway fashion news writer

Oversized to the Extreme

Vogue Runway fashion news writer, Jose Criales Unzueta plays with proportions in their Hed Mayner broad-shouldered blazer, tailored pants, and beat-up western boots. 

Hed Mayner oversize double-breasted wool blazer

Ralph Lauren classic fit oxford shirt

Loewe pleated wool-gabardine tapered pants

The Frye Company Billy boots

Mai Morsch, fashion editor

From the Menswear Department

Fashion editor, Mai Morsch juxtaposes her men’s Acne Studios blazer with a pair of feminine leopard slingbacks. Perhaps that is the secret to finding the just right amount of oversized. An easy white T-shirt and soft trousers keep things comfortable and chic underneath. 

Acne Studios Julyian woven blazer

Leset Margo cotton-jersey T-shirt

Pleats Please Issey Miyake ankle pants

Zara animal-print slingback shoes

Willow Lindley, accessories and collaboration director

Embellished Buttons

Accessories and collaboration director Willow Lindey opts for a navy suit this spring. Not only does a navy blazer provide a nice alternative to classic black, but the embellished buttons also add a covetable stylish flair. Picking up the subtle bits of gold and silver, she grounds the look with metallic ballerina flats. 

Golden Goose Diva double-breasted blazer

J.Crew Kate straight-leg pants

Schutz Arissa metallic leather flats

Julie Tong, commerce director

Sharp Houndstooth 

Commerce director Julie Tong’s blazer of choice is a longline houndstooth style, worn here with a ribbed knit dress and polished accessories like Gucci’s Jordaan loafers and everyday gold jewelry. 

Frame 70s houndstooth wool blend blazer

Proenza Schouler rib knit cardigan dress

Laura Lombardi Camilla 14kt gold-plated hoop earrings

Gucci Jordaan leather loafers

Laura Lombardi Uovo chain necklace

 Elisee Browchuk, production and marketing manager Vogue Experiences

Gray Lady

Vogue Experience’s production and marketing manager, Elisee Browchuk, styles bourgeois pieces like a pleated silk midi skirt and satin pumps with a menswear-inspired collared shirt and slouchy-fit gray blazer from The Frankie Shop. 

The Frankie Shop Gelso oversized tencel lyocell-blend blazer

Polo Ralph Lauren Georgette midi skirt

SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker Abute pumps

Alexandra Michler Kopelman, director of fashion initiatives

Trachten Style

Director of fashion initiatives, Allie Michler Kopelman, wears a formal blazer in her own way. In accessorizing her velvet buttoned trachten-inspired jacket from label Sanoe, she sticks to a vintage aesthetic with a pair of lace-up boots and a prairie dress to complete the look.

Dôen Everly floral-print cotton-poplin midi-dress

Penelope Chilvers leather Ecuador boots

Madeline Fass, fashion market editor

Fitted but Fashionable 

While a slimmer fit single-breasted one button black blazer can sometimes feel corporate-y, a shimmering pencil skirt or colored blouse keeps things fun and unexpected in the Vogue offices. 

Joseph sharp twill Cliffords jacket

3.1 Phillip Lim sequin mini skirt

More Similar Blazers to Shop

Acne Studios oversized blazer

Loulou Studio New Donau oversized blazer

Totême houndstooth-check blazer

Blazé Milano Resolute double-breasted suit jacket

Everlane The Oversized blazer

Reformation Veda Bowery leather blazer

Polo Ralph Lauren double-breasted blazer

Co herringbone wool blazer

Dries Van Noten oversized blazer

Proenza Schouler embellished suiting jacket

Theory casual one-button blazer

Another Tomorrow Core single-breasted jacket