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Here's the Most Flattering Way to Style an Oversized Blazer

You only need one accessory!
Here's the Most Flattering Way to Style an Oversized Blazer
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You only need one accessory!

If form-fitting blazers seem a little too uptight for you, why not go the oversized route? Now, we know what you're thinking: "What if it looks too slouchy and I drown in it?" Or, "what if it completely hides my shape and I end up looking like a hanger?" Fret not! The answer to your styling problem is just a simple accessory! The solution? Belt it! Cinching your giant blazer at the waist is a fool-proof way to accentuate your body shape and give you a more flattering silhouette. The loose fit edited into a sexier bodice makes for a more feminine take on the traditionally masculine piece.

Here are some of your fave celebs employing the belted blazer trick below!

1. You know what they say, go big or go home. Take it from Laureen Uy, who paired her oversized blazer with billowy micro-sequin dress pants. She, of course, belted her waist in order to outline her frame.

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2. If you're not one to sport an oversized silhouette, it's best to stick to tight-fitting jeans that flatter your bottom-half. It will help accentuate the shape of your body just like how it did for Liz Uy.

3. Camille Co wore her belted blazer with a ruffle-hemmed midi skirt for a more pronounced and elongated silhouette.

4. We're loving Janine Gutierrez's lewk in her cinched blazer and bike shorts combo, giving the trend and athletic spin!  

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