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Just 8 Blazers the Sitchu Team Can't Stop Wearing On Repeat

Stylish, sophisticated and oh-so-chic, the blazer is having a major fashion moment - here are the ones our editors are wearing on repeat.


There's no denying that a blazer has always been an essential wardrobe item. Mostly reserved for days in the office, a classic, tailored blazer goes a long way in instantly elevating an outfit (yes, even a jeans and a tee combo).

But this season, blazers have been taken to a whole new level, with oversized versions and unexpected colourways making them more versatile and stylish than ever. 

We've been doing some style spotting around the Sitchu office, and have all the details on the blazers our work besties have been wearing non-stop.


Witchery Wool Blend Single-Breasted Boxy Blazer, now $199.95

Content Producer Alyssa's go-to? This classic black blazer from Witchery, which has a boxy-but-feminine fit and shoulder pad detail for a structured look. The best part? It's currently on sale...need we say more?

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Seed Heritage

Seed Heritage Tailored Single Breasted Blazer in Dark Espresso Pinstripe, $229.95

Espresso is the colour of the season (just ask Sabrina Carpenter), and our Melbourne Editor Kelsey loves this Seed take on a classic single-breasted blazer as her winter wardrobe essential. It also comes with a matching midi dress, bodice and pants if you want a head-to-toe pinstripe look.

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rag & bone

rag & bone Charles Leather Blazer, $1,540

A blazer, made from leather? It may be a bit of an investment, but Sydney Editor Olivia Storrie reckons it's worth it. Made from thin, buttery-soft lambskin leather in a slightly oversized, boyfriend cut, we tend to agree...

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WARDROBE.NYC + Hailey Bieber Double-Breasted Wool Blazer, $1,850

This It-girl-approved blazer has all the makings of a favourite: a double-breasted front, sharp shoulders and stunning wool tailoring. And with three colours to choose from (and matching pants!) it's hard for us to pick a favourite.

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Country Road

Country Road Wool Single-Breasted Blazer in Sicilian Olive, now $149

Reasons to love this Country Road blazer (according to our Shopping Editor Jess)? It's on sale. Its silhouette gives a subtle nod to the past with a wide shoulder profile and oversized fit. And lastly, the olive shade brings a welcome warmth to our winter wardrobes.

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Matteau Relaxed Tailored Blazer, $680

National Editor Jess is adding this menswear-inspired Matteau number to cart, ASAP. With a classic collar, this tailored blazer is made from a lightweight wool blend and is fully lined for a minimalist, yes high impact, look.

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DISSH Celine Black Blazer, $179.99

From the brand's Celine capsule, this blazer is designed to elevate the everyday with classic tailoring and relaxed cuts. Style it with mid-rise, loose-fit jeans for casual Fridays, or dress it up with matching suit pants and a statement belt.

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Camilla and Marc

Camilla and Marc Quill Blazer, $750

If you only want to make one winter wardrobe purchase but can't decide between a blazer and a coat, Camilla and Marc have you covered. A statement piece that exudes effortless sophistication, the Quill Blazer offers both style and comfort, while being cosy as heck.

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Loved our guide to the best blazers to buy right now (that are Sitchu-editor approved)? Get more shopping inspo with our edit of the End of Financial Year Sales that are actually worth shopping, or find your new fave pair of boots to keep your tootsies warm this winter.

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