Tomboy Fashion: 10 Must-Have Blazers to Add to Your Closet
Hey Fellow Tomboys,
Blazers and a Tomboys go together like a cold beer and a hot shower. It is my dream one day to open a closet full of jackets and blazers and have all kinds of choices, sorta like the lesbian Mr. Rogers. I'd say hipper than Mr. Rogers but that guy was a hipster before hipster was cool.
Here are 10 blazers that will inspire you as well as tell you where to shop the look. We've found everything ranging from tuxedo tops, to twists on casual black, to fun and patterned look that you can dress up or dress down.
It's a beautiful day in the gayborhood! Here's to you, Tomboy!
If you want to make a splash at a more formal event, such as a wedding, black tie, or gala, try this Each X Other Leather Trim Brocade Tuxedo Jacket
If you're attending a black tie event and like a traditional look that pops with detail, this BLK DNMM Blazer could become a staple.
The nice thing about this jacket is that you can pair it with jeans to dress up a casual look, or pair with matching slacks for a look that takes you from day to night.
I love the neckline on this blazer and though its not traditional fall colors, it reminds me of something you'd wear to the pumpkin patch. I think warmth when I see this, so wine bars, or an art museum count as a place to wear it too.
The Gold buttons give this blazer a younger, fresher look. It also may have everyone around you saying "Hey Capt'n!" I'd rock this with a t-shirt to brunch, a collar shirt for a fundraiser, or a night where you want to look casual professional. The little black dress of blazers.
I can only hope elbow patches are here to stay this time. This is perfect for a daytime look for both younger and older professionals alike. A must have for work in professional settings.
Heading to meet your friends at a fab restaurant for happy hour? This blazer is relaxed and cool. It looks like a million bucks without trying too hard.
I love the lightness in color of this blazer, as well as the material. For those days that aren't too cold in temperature, this blazer provides the perfect balance of dress and play. I'd say it's perfect for a beach wedding, or rooftop party.
I find with blazers that they are most often black, white, blue -- in other words, solid colors. Whenever a pattern comes across the table it evokes sophistication with a little tomboy. I'd wear this to visit my parents but also to jet out on my Tinder date to the coffee shop.
The polka-dots on this blazer infuse a more formal look into an otherwise playful blazer option. This is perfect for late night dinners.