THE BEST BLAZER BRANDS
Are you looking for some of the best blazers for women in 2024? Well you have come to the right place! Blazers have always been such a huge staple in my wardrobe. A well made, quality blazer is the easiest way to elevate any outfit. Today I am going to break down my top favorite blazer brands, my current favorite blazers in my closet, and all the blazers for women I have been eyeing in new arrivals!
MY FAVORITE BLAZER BRANDS
I happen to own A LOT of blazers, so I have tried quite a few brands. Below are my hands down favorite blazer brands for women and why.
This should come as zero surprise if you follow me, but Veronica Beard blazers are some of my all-time favorites. The classic Veronica Beard Miller Dickey Jacket is a must have, but don’t overlook all of VB’s fashion styles. Some of my favorite past styles include this one, this one, and this one. While Veronica Beard blazers are still an investment, I personally think you cannot beat the quality for the price. The blazers are always fully lined, have quality buttons/detailing, and are thoughtfully constructed. I also love that the brand continues to produce a more tailored, slim fit that feels more dressy than some of the currently trending over-sized blazer looks. Veronica Beard fits true to size for me.
Smythe blazers are right up there with Veronica Beard for me in terms of fit and quality. Verses VB, Smythe blazers tend to be more fitted through the waist (think nipped in) and many of their styles such as this one are much more elongated. You can see how I have styled Smythe blazers here, here, here, and here. I typically size up in Smythe blazers as they tend to be quite fitted.
Favorite Daughter is a newer-to-me brand and I own this blazer, this blazer, and this blazer. I have found the brand to be an awesome option at the under $350 price point. I also love that many of their styles feel classic but with a small twist – such as ribbed cuffs and faux double layered detailing. You can see how I have styled them in the past here, here, and here.
Okay, okay this is kind of cheating. The Nili Lotan pieces I love are more third piece jackets vs being a true blazer but it felt odd not to include them here since they are by far some of my most worn jackets. As you know this jacket was the first Nili Lotan piece that I purchased and since then I’ve also picked up this one. See how I styled my Nili pieces here, here, here, and here. Their bouclé jackets are a bit more boxy and fit true to size. They have a lot of structure making them great for an over the shoulder wear. They also don’t wrinkle so they have become my jacket of preference when traveling.
While Veronica Beard, Smythe, and Favorite Daughter make some of my favorite blazer brands there are a few others that I keep in rotation. Blaze Milano make incredible blazers that are totally stunning, but at the above $1000 mark I typically only buy them on sale or second hand (shop second hand here). I particularly love their rich velvet and corduroy options! For more affordable options I turn to Tuckernuck, J.Crew, and Banana Republic.
FAVORITE BLAZERS RIGHT NOW
Unfortunately some of my most worn blazers happen to be a bit older so I can’t link to them! I linked as many as I could above, but want to highlight more that I have been eyeing in new arrivals. Some are from the blazer brands I mentioned above and some are from new-to-me brands and a few brands I have been wanting to try! Keep scrolling to discover the blazers I have been eyeing lately…