Wearing: Mango Check Blazer (other options here, here, and here), Levi’s Vintage 501 Jeans (shop similar here and here), Urban Outfitters Crop Top (sold out, but find alternative here), Urban Outfitters Birkin Basket (sold out, but shop similar here), Reclaimed Vintage Sunglasses (alternatives here and here), and Zara Flat Mules (sold out, but buy similar here and here)
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There’s no denying that check is the print of the upcoming season. But, how to wear a check blazer or check print in general and not look like everyone else? Scroll down to find out a few tips.
If you’ve still not hopped on the check bandwagon and are wary giving the trend a try since you might end up looking like everyone else
on Instagram, I have a great trick up my sleeve on how to wear a check blazer or check prints in general: Simply add a pop of color to your accessories or underlayers. Browns, tans, yellows, orange, and all sorts of earthy fall shades will complement a cool-toned grey check blazer.
As bottoms you can wear straight-legged jeans, a matching checked skirt, or leather or paperbag trousers. My footwear of choice are flat mules or backless loafers, but you can also try sock boots, block heeled pumps or kitten heel pointy mules.
Are you also digging this trend? Do you have any ideas on how to wear a check blazer or check prints in general?
Wishing you all a great Friday. x
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