What do the 80’s look like? Big shoulder pads, oversized clothes, epic glamour and Valentino reds were all part of the 80’s look that you may never have worn if you had toddlers at that time. But no matter, It looks we can get away with lots of style if we are up for that look now. Even a modicum of 80’s stylin puts us way outside our yoga pants and tunics. So, let’s have some fun ladies.
The other day I found a fantastic double breasted blazer I know I will wear with jeans and dressier pants with a tee underneath or a blouse. So here’s what we are thinking are some 80’s essentials for your wardrobe.
JMclaughlin Corduroy Blazer is definitely going to be a staple for the fall.
Love this one in Deep Navy.
Long live the statement blazer. Our Aubrey Blazer pulls every outfit together and is the investment piece of the season. Pair it with the matching pants for a modern suit look or wear with your favorite denim for the epitome of casual chic.
And this Blyx Wool Boucle is fantastic. Love it!
A take on the classic blazer with a more relaxed fit — the Blyx jacket is both elevated and nostalgic. This piece will stand the test of time — and travel — with its durable wool boucle and midi silhouette.
Delight in the ritual of getting dressed with this sharply tailored blazer, designed with princess seams and darts to define the waist. Cut for an at-ease fit, it’s crafted from a timeless all-season wool fabric from Italian mill Marzotto.
SCULPTED FIT: Princess seams and darts at the waist create an intentionally feminine fit.
Peak lapels. Single button closure. Front pockets. Center back vent. Fully lined.
Neiman Marcus has an awesome Veronica Beard Blazer that is classic and dressy.
How this plaid from M.M. LaFleur?
This sleek boyfriend blazer has a slightly boxy cut and long hemline, balanced by a slim fit through the shoulders. Dress it down with jeans, or wear it with trousers for a modern take on suiting.
How awesome is this Chelsea Plaid Blazer from Nordstrom
Looks like all you need is a horse to go with it!
A tight plaid is cast in an array of earthy hues on a smart blazer styled with notched lapels and a double-breasted front.