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    So guys! I want to know about your experiences with BF Blazers: share pics of them,web-links..what you wear with them and what's good/bad about Boyfriend Blazers :yes: :yes:

    I'm a noob with these Blazer styles,so want some thoughts before buying one.

    Kinda interested in this-
    http://www.topshop.com/webapp/wcs/st...3479&langId=-1 :p:
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    For a 14 year old emo kid maybe :/
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    I quite like the one you've linked as well but 55 quid is a bit out of my budget at the mo =[
    Here's an eg of what I've worn mine with
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    I've been thinking about investing in a nice blazer for the Autumn. Think I'd probably go for a simple one though.
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    I just brought a blazer, I have only worn it once though and wore it with ankle boots, black leggings, navy blue tunic. I love it, but mine isn't really 'boyfriend' blazer, it isn't very long
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    Ahh I love my boyfriend blazer - managed to score it for £3 from a charity shop, with the tags still on, should have been £90! It's the perfect fit as well, just the right amount of slouch. It's quite heavy material and well-lined so I usually only wear it in the autumn/winter, but it's lovely.

    I kind of prefer shrunken blazers though - I have another charity shop one (£1! Amazing!) that I wear all the time, but I found the one with a crest on that looks like a boys' blazer from Topshop in the sale for £30 a couple of weeks ago. I have my eye on the jersey Topshop ones, they look smart but jersey = SO COMFY; I like the pink one best but I'll probably settle for the pale blue one due to versatility.

    I wear mine with everything really, they look fab with most stuff! I usually chuck one on over a floral dress if I can't be bothered with a coat, but they look great with skinnies as well (it's a very "model off duty" look)
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    (Original post by Mimbobanage)
    I quite like the one you've linked as well but 55 quid is a bit out of my budget at the mo =[
    Here's an eg of what I've worn mine with
    I like your outfit, you look lovely.
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    I bought a single breasted 3/4 length sleeved blazer from Topshop the other week (£55). It's ruched on the sleeves so it's a bit more feminine.
    I tend to wear it with a long length racerback vest and flared black jeans or leggings and boots. I tried it over a tulip skirt and vest today and that looked nice too.

    Versatile *thumbs up*
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    This is my current favourite from Topshop - I prefer to dress casually, so this suits me.
    http://www.topshop.com/webapp/wcs/st...0493&langId=-1
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    (Original post by fran.ha)
    I've been thinking about investing in a nice blazer for the Autumn. Think I'd probably go for a simple one though.
    Your sig is awesome. Love that book :love:
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    my best boyfriend blazer came from topshop boutique two years ago. the lining has almost completely worn away, but i still love it. it's got a good drape, no buttons, quite thin, which keeps it feminine.
    if you're of a certain build/"look" then you can get away with wearing an old bloke's blazer and look good. but slim fitting, long line blazers look good on most people.
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    (Original post by Whizz)
    I like your outfit, you look lovely.
    Thank you didn't quite realise how short the dress was cause I got changed at work to go out. First time I had worn it + no full length mirror lol
 
 
 
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