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Celebrity Style: Feminine Tailoring

Buy it once and wear it forever, the blazer has become a key piece in every stylish celebrity’s fashion tool kit. With the transition between spring and summer upon us, now is the time to find your ultimate blazer. Taking inspiration from a masculine design, feminine tailoring comes in many shapes and forms. Double breasted, longline, ornate buttoned, cropped sleeved – the choices are endless and so are the ways you can style this seasonal staple. Here’s the Jules B guide to feminine tailoring, style it up, pair it down, wear it with ripped denim if you want to – but make the blazer your default jacket this season.

The Classic Blazer

Mila Kuniz keeps it simple with a pair of tailored trousers, pointed pumps and a pop of colour. This is perfect for evening occasions and it’s effortless to emulate. The Paul Smith Black cropped cotton jacket is a great option for this. Style it formally for work or casually to meet up with friends.

The White Blazer 

This is an undeniably feminine take on tailoring. Crisp for formal appeal but fresh for spring, the white blazer looks great with tailored shorts as seen here on Julia Roberts or layered over a dress for a pm look. Distinctly continental, the Isabel Marant Etoile Fania jacket channels this look perfectly with the added touch of a contrast trim.

The Longline Blazer

From playful twists on a boyfriend blazer to tuxedo jackets, longline options are super flattering on the feminine figure. The Isabel De Pedro tuxedo jacket gives masculine yet flattering inspiration to a formal look. Worn with killer heels and tailored separates you’re sure to turn heads all season.

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