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The Range: White Blazer

A white blazer is a foundational piece in my wardrobe.  I wear it all year, in every season.  Right now, with summer on the horizon, is the best time to buy one.  Here are a handful of great options in different price ranges.

Corner Office

Ted Baker Stansie Singer Blazer ($297)

Cubicle Farm

Vince Camuto One Button Blazer ($129)

Front Desk

And Now This Oversized Blazer ($50)


Kasper One Button Blazer (14W-22W, $90)

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  1. LS says:

    This is a long shot, but anyone have white blazer suggestions that are machine washable? Since moving out of a city, dry cleaners are much harder to get to.

    May 4, 2022/Reply
    • Tina says:

      I wash them even if the laundry tag says dry clean – I put them in a mesh bag on a wool cycle and then hang them to dry on a hanger.

      May 4, 2022/Reply
      • LS says:

        Oh wow I didn’t know that. I thought all blazers would be immediately destroyed by the washer. Thanks!

        May 4, 2022/Reply
    • AB says:

      Most cotton/linen blends I’ve seen are machine washable, if you’re okay with a lighter fabric. I’m eyeing a Madewell one that’s also available at Nordstrom..

      May 4, 2022/Reply
  2. Carla says:

    For us larger on top ladies, I just bought the JCrew Parke Blazer in stretch linen (in white) in size 18 and I really like the fit. It buttons comfortably but doesn’t look huge when unbuttoned. I’m busty, broad-shouldered, and tall, which often makes me feel like a linebacker in blazers, but I’m pretty pleased with this one. We’ll see how the linen performs–haven’t had a chance to wear it to work yet.

    May 5, 2022/Reply