only style remains the same.”
I’m only slightly embarrassed to admit that I have 21 black blazers in my closet. Some are velvet, others have a slight pinstripe, and others have a wide circus stripe… and so on. Blazers are incredibly versatile. I wear them to work, out to dinner, with dresses, with jeans…anywhere and anytime. Even in the middle of a Virginia summer when the humidity and heat are in full force, blazers are nice to have for the office and icy air-conditioned trains.
This blazer makes #22 and I have no regrets because the fabric on this one is amazing. It reminds me of fabric one would find on a grandmother’s couch. I’m sure DressBarn would be just thrilled that I described it that way. It’s incredibly light without any lining which makes it the perfect blazer for warmer weather. The blazer does not button which I am fine with for warmer weather blazers. In cooler fall weather I would prefer a blazer that buttons so that I could layer it and use it as a jacket but that isn’t needed now. The blazer also has two front zip pockets which is great for stashing one’s lip gloss.
I tried to capture the fabric pattern in the light but you all know that I am the absolute worst blogger when it comes to posting outfits!
It’s called “Textured Scroll”; I call it *Gothy Amazement*!
The skirt is from WHBM and the sweater is from Macy's. I finally remembered to write that! I should just stick to my garden posts :p but I loved this blazer and wanted to share especially because their website doesn't do it justice. If I hadn't seen this in the store while I returning a dress that didn't work out, I would have never considered this blazer.