A blazer is a staple piece in any wardrobe, but who says it has to be basic? Brighten up with bold, spring-approved pastels, or make your look considerably ‘now’ in a cropped, padded, pale blush version. Any way you go, these top ten research-supported blazers will leave you layering in style, and with ease. Oh and did we mention they are all under $100? Yep, dreams do come true. Scroll through and enjoy ten blazers that won’t break the bank this season...
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