This has a Chanel-ish vibe, but it rings in at just under $100.
I think that this one is cropped enough to look good with a dress, and I don’t even mind the puffy shoulder business.
This velvet jacket is very nicely priced, which velvet rarely is.
This herringbone blazer is kind of loud, but in a way that I think really works.
I like the shawl collar here, and it’s from Universal Standard, which means it’s available in pretty much every size.
I’m still a sucker for a stand collar blazer.
Here’s an option for you petite ladies that looks nice and cozy.
Blue and black plaid really pops, and the silhouette here is so nice and clean.
This tweedy number is nicely cropped, and has a kind of glam lady professor vibe.
Another well-priced velvet specimen.
And here’s another petite option, with a really chic snug fit.
I like the sharp peak lapel on this corduroy option, and you can’t beat the bright pink color.
And here’s a pale pink that is very Tom Ford for Gucci circa 2000.
I like that this plaid blazer looks sort of like a men’s sport coat.
I love a houndstooth blazer, and this one is nicely subtle.
And here’s a really statement-y herringbone pattern from Anine Bing that I kind of love.
Charcoal grey is perfect for pinstripes—against black they’re very I’m wearing pinstripes, which can feel costumey.
I love, love, love this Etoile Isabel Marant blazer—the maroon contrasts really nicely with the shades of grey and black.
A very of-the-moment oversized blazer that you could do some serious layering with.
This Uniqlo jacket is seriously cheap, and very well-cut.
And why not a splashy sequin blazer for holiday parties?
The snap button is a fun and unexpected detail on this vivid red jacket.
This double breasted corduroy blazer is snappy in a very menswearish way.
I wouldn’t usually think of a checked jacket as being versatile, but this one somehow is.
This pink velvet blazer comes in a number of good colors, and extended sizes too.