As a mom, you don't always have time to put together a cute outfit. But throw on a blazer over a T-shirt and jeans, and your look just went from hurried to hot.
A blazer is just as chic paired with a dress as a it is with a pair of pants. You will wear it over and over — and never regret it.
From tweeds to plaids to structured shoulders, we found one to suit every personality.
A blazer with leather sleeves — or faux leather, as is the case in this one from Piperlime ($98) — suits the mom who likes to dress with an edge.
Lace is one of the top trends this year. We love this Tobi blazer ($76) for its feminine fabric and contemporary design.
Gray is just as versatile as black — and a more modern neutral. Try a bright-colored top underneath this dark gray blazer from American Eagle ($80).
You won't believe the price of this fitted blazer by ModCloth: $36.
Herringbone in this riding jacket from Last Call by Neiman Marcus ($94.50) adds texture and design but still works as a neutral.
This Max & Mia plaid riding jacket from Nordstrom ($98) is even cuter from the back than the front. Details like the double belt and elbow patches make it look more expensive than it is.
The peplum on this Max & Mia plaid jacket from Nordstrom ($40) is a special touch that adds style.
The nipped-in waist and peplum in this blazer from Bebe ($99) flatter an hourglass shape and give a straight figure the illusion of curves.
A long, structured blazer like this one from Topshop ($130) works well with leggings as long as it covers the butt completely. The aubergine hue adds a subtle hint of color while still acting as a neutral.
This Yoox blazer ($149) feels feminine and cool. You'll get compliments all day long.
The structured shoulders on this Yoox blazer ($119) balance out the hips on a pear shape. Plus you can dress it up or down.
Vintage-style shoulders complement the contemporary leather sleeves on this Yoox blazer ($195). You will wear it all the time.
This tweed two-toned blazer from Topshop ($150) appeals to the mom who wants something a little different yet still sophisticated.
A long, structured blazer like this one from Farfetch ($175) offers coverage where you need it. Don't wear it with wide pants; you will look bigger all over. Try skinny or boot-cut jeans or leggings.