When it comes to one of the most versatile closet staples for fall through spring, you can’t go wrong with a sweater blazer. Last fall, I fell in love with the classic short sweater blazer from J.Crew (and styled six sweater blazer outfits here)! This year, I added a longer version to the mix! It’s just as versatile and timeless, which you’ll see with these seven long sweater blazer outfits!
Seven Long Sweater Blazer Outfits
If you haven’t tried the J.Crew sweater blazers before, sizing can be a bit tricky. All of the different versions I’ve tried run oversized but to varying degrees! The Juliette Collarless Sweater Blazer, which is what I’m styling today, runs about one size large. I’m in a small, and it still has a relaxed fit. If you want a much more tailored look, size down two sizes.
The Ella long sweater blazer, which has a collar and more structure than the one I’m styling, runs the largest. I recommend sizing down 2-3 sizes. I ended up preferring the XS on me, and I typically wear a medium.
The classic Sophie hip-length sweater blazer is the most tailored in fit. I still size down one to a small, but if you prefer a relaxed fit, stay TTS! You can see me style this version in the six sweater blazer outfits post!
All Neutral Sweater Blazer Outfit
I always tend toward classic neutral colors, but in fall and winter there is nothing more chic than a fully-neutral outfit! Mix your tans, nudes, camels, grays, and all of the whites! But even if you’re not a neutral-lover like me, you can still take this outfit formula and make it your own. A lightweight turtleneck, denim, and flats are the perfect timeless pairing for a sweater blazer!
All Black Outfit
Similar to my all-neutral outfit, wearing all black is another timeless classic. To make it slightly more on-trend, I went with a wide leg cropped jean, but it would be equally as chic with any black denim from skinny to wide leg. For the shoe, I added a little interest with a leopard print. This combination would also pair well with a heel for a desk-to-dinner outfit!
Graphic Tee Sweater Blazer Outfit
When I’m going casual, this combination is my go-to. A graphic tee and distressed denim instantly give a more relaxed vibe. But I love that the sweater blazer still adds structure to the frame, making a more complete outfit. For a more classic look, opt for a solid tee. Boots like my favorite lug sole chelsea boots would be the perfect swap if you didn’t want to wear sneakers.
Faux Leather Leggings Outfit
Every year, one of your top requests is faux leather leggings outfits! (This is why I have tons of posts on them from five faux leather leggings, eight spanx faux leather leggings outfits, and four more leather leggings outfits!) What I love about this combination is that it is comfortable but still put-together. The button down, even in chambray, adds a dressiness factor over a more casual plain tee.
Corduroy Skirt and a Long Sweater Blazer
This might be one of my favorite looks simply because I don’t often wear skirts. But I wanted to think outside of my typical more casual looks for something a little dressier! I went with a corduroy mini skirt, but any type of straighter-fitting skirt would pair perfectly with a long sweater blazer.
Straight Leg Jeans Classic Outfit
In contrast to my graphic tee look that also used a pair of straight leg jeans, this version is more timeless. I tucked in my striped tee with a belt and added chelsea boots. Same essential formula but it creates a different outcome!
Classic White Button Down Outfit
We’re wrapping up the seven long sweater blazer outfits with another classic! If you’re looking for the perfect work casual Friday outfit, this is it! A heel easily dresses up the denim, and a white button down always looks pulled-together. For everyday, I would swap the heels for a boot or sneaker!
For even more outfit inspiration, be sure to check out my style session series, where I styled one item multiple ways. And if you’re looking for shorter sweater blazer ideas, my six sweater blazer outfits will give you plenty of ideas!