Are You Bold Enough to Try This Slightly Scandalous Styling Hack?
A buttoned-up blazer with nothing underneath is peak revenge dressing, and we can’t recommend it enough.
The Moreland Jacket in Black
The OrigamiTech fabric of the Moreland jacket is so light and comfy, you’d be tempted to wear it on its own even if we didn’t tell you to. Wrinkle-resistant, machine-washable, and silky-smooth, it’s kind of like a track jacket you can wear to work. Wear it tucked into wide-legged pants like the Tinsley trousers for an unexpected take on suiting.
The Scotte Jacket in Pearl
The silk Scotte jacket doesn’t just pass as a shirt—it was specifically designed to be worn as a jacket or top interchangeably. It’s the elegance of a silk top, the cool factor of a motorcycle jacket, and the polish of a trench coat all in one. Pro tip: Try tucking it into wide-legged jeans like the Milos, and use the silk sash as a belt for your pants.
The Bennett Jacket in Black
The Bennett jacket is one of our most classic-looking blazers, making it all the more fun to break the rules and wear it with nothing underneath. The buttons go just high enough that you could be wearing a cami, but they’re low enough to keep people guessing. Try the Bennett with the matching Horton or Mejia pants to complete your slightly risqué suit.
The Porter Jacket in Black/White
Once you try on the Porter jacket, you’ll get why it’s best worn all by itself. Crafted from a luxurious knit that we call Interweave, it’s as stretchy and comfortable as your favorite cardigan and feels great against the skin. Add a thick belt, like the just-restocked Beebe, to literally pull the outfit together.
The Jensen Trench in Pearl
You could wear the Jensen trench over your favorite leggings and T-shirt for an instant style boost, or you could skip the underpinnings altogether and wear it by itself as a head-turning wrap dress. Just add strappy sandals and your favorite earrings, and you’ll be ready to command any room you walk into.