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BLAZER & JACKET STYLING SPRING/SUMMER~HOW TO LOOK EXPENSIVE~CLASSY WOMEN OVER 40~LULU'S+ MACY'S+ H&M

Hello Positive Women!


Spring and summer is the perfect time to implement those vibrant colors such as yellow, pink green, lilac, white...you name it. It is especially fun when it comes to adding colorful jackets and blazers to our wardrobes. Of course, we can continue to wear black outerwear but it is a must to add spectacular dashes of color! Here are a few of my personal blazer favs for spring and summer from Macy's (click on the items to view more information on my Macy's Storefront).


Yes...yes...yes...This single breasted jacket by 1. State in the color Bright Mulberry is a sure hit! You can pair it with matching pants but of course you can also pair it with many other clothing pieces that you already have in your closet. What a way to spice up an outfit!



Did someone mention heading out for a relaxing boat cruise? Sounds lovely...right. This Charter Club double breasted navy blazer with shimmering gold-tone buttons will be perfect for such an event. You can dress this blazer up with trousers or a skirt and you can dress it down by adding jeans or a pair of shorts...you decide!



Love this green Riley & Rae double breasted blazer. Green is a cool color. It has a strong association with nature, being outside enjoying life. This classic designed jacket will definitely stand out in a crowd.




The color, yellow is very popular for spring and summer. How about this 1.State striped ruched sleeve blazer in the color, yellow iris.....so stylish! Pair it with jeans, a tailored skirt or even a dress. Yellow reminds me of sunshine...and...everybody loves the sunshine...right?!


To see more of my favs, check out my recent youtube video where I try on and style a few blazers from my closet. Thanks for reading!





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