Treasure & Bond Blazer , Reformation Tee , Forever 21 Belt Bag ,
Gap Black Jeans, H&M Scarf (old, similar here),
and Adidas Sneakers (old, similar here)
Two of the top fall and winter trends that I have been seeing recently are blazers and belt bags. Now this is an easy trend that I can jump on board with! Blazers add structure and definition to an outfit and can be dressed up or down depending on your mood, which I love. They are so versatile. And just fix your belt bag on the outside around your waist for a flattering look. Get ready because you are going to be seeing a lot more of these pieces this season.
Typically when I think of blazers, I automatically think of stiff, boring business wear. But this season, blazers are back and they are super casual. Start thinking of blazers as a jacket or cardigan that is an extra layer to add to your outfit. It adds chic touches and structure to a simple t-shirt and black jeans look. I chose this dark gray and black color because it tends to be a good neutral that will pretty much match all of my closet for fall and winter. But it also comes in solid black, dark brown, and light brown options.
I loved pairing this blazer with the oh so trendy belt bag. Yes a belt bag is just a modern trendy version of the much used fanny packs back in the day ha! I secured this at the middle of where your waist cinches to create the perfect hour glass shape with what can be a boxier shaped blazer. Warning!! When searching for a blazer, make sure to get one that fits properly. I tried on a few options before deciding on this Treasure & Bond blazer that were oversized and just plain unflattering. This belt bag holds all your essentials and leaves you hands free which is awesome if exploring or running errands. And I loved this belt bag from Forever 21 because it is under $18 so if you are on the fence about whether or not you like belt bags, its cheap enough to give it a try!
A born and raised Southern girl who's wanting to inspire every women through style and beauty while living in the big city of Los Angeles.