I have a serious fetish and love for blazers and hence it's no surprise that i'm oh so intrigued and in love when these blazers started booming in the fashion industry. Apart from being so chic by itself, these blazers like any other blazers gives you room for dressing up on the inside but with an added statement to the shoulders, which i absolutely dig. Throw on a tunic and leggings or a pair of skinny jeans and basic top with these strong shoulder blazers, and you've got quite a fashion statement there.

I chose to feature this Robert Rodriguez strong structured shoulder blazer. Firstly i love the shoulder detailing, down to the texture of the lapels. On top of that, I absolutely love how this get up looks as a whole with the acid wash skinnies, to those very sexy heels, and mind you the blouse on the inside does make a fashion statement of it's own with the shoulder structure as well.

Courtesy of Designer Robert Rodriguez

and... I could not resist myself from featuring this top by Roland Mouret as well. The shoulder area somehow has a feminine flare to the silhouette and the neckline fitting is just gorgeous, talk about WANTS!

Courtesy of Designer Roland Mouret
and net-a-porter.com

7 Responses to 'Strong Structured Shoulder Blazers'

  1. http://fashion-unplug.blogspot.com/2009/12/strong-structured-shoulder-blazers.html?showComment=1261142472263#c5343885268234899599'> December 18, 2009 at 9:21 PM

    I really don't want these back


  2. Romany said...
    http://fashion-unplug.blogspot.com/2009/12/strong-structured-shoulder-blazers.html?showComment=1263273624926#c7618644019674211615'> January 12, 2010 at 1:20 PM

    I have to be honest, I'm not a huge fan of the strong shouldered blazer, or strong shoulders in general, purely because of the fact that I, myself, already have broad shoulders so this trend makes me look a bit ridiculous. On everybody else though, it's a winner. :)
    Love the new layout!


  3. A.N said...
    http://fashion-unplug.blogspot.com/2009/12/strong-structured-shoulder-blazers.html?showComment=1263485820953#c8462238931629305105'> January 15, 2010 at 12:17 AM

    nice to hear opinions on this (:
    personally, i don't exactly look good in them, but i do like the trend itself, some people pull them off really well.

    It's always good to dress according to what one can pull off, alot of people miss that point when popular trends come into play. I for one thing would never dress according to a particular trend if it doesn't suit me. I guess same goes for you romany (:

    Nice to see you lurking around my blog (:


  4. Romany said...
    http://fashion-unplug.blogspot.com/2009/12/strong-structured-shoulder-blazers.html?showComment=1263554131331#c7547452326680995259'> January 15, 2010 at 7:15 PM

    Yes I agree about dressing according to what you can pull off. I'm very curvy (which I love) so it means I'm very limited in the 'In' trends that I can pull off, so I stick to dressing to flatter my shape.

    Yes, I've taken a break from my blogging lull, so hopefully I'll be around more often! :)


  5. http://fashion-unplug.blogspot.com/2009/12/strong-structured-shoulder-blazers.html?showComment=1263593242639#c4760720853360415993'> January 16, 2010 at 6:07 AM

    to be honest the fashion statement is like fascist feminine


  6. Romany said...
    http://fashion-unplug.blogspot.com/2009/12/strong-structured-shoulder-blazers.html?showComment=1264751259800#c2609437004512617750'> January 29, 2010 at 3:47 PM

    Oh hey by the way, do you reckon you could change my link to my new blog 'the robins'? Would that be ok? :)


  7. Sabs said...
    http://fashion-unplug.blogspot.com/2009/12/strong-structured-shoulder-blazers.html?showComment=1266732613002#c1159386886778100485'> February 21, 2010 at 2:10 PM

    I like the strong shoulders, but I do agree that it takes a certain person to pull it off.

    And I hope you take part in Blazer Thursdays. I try to at least once a month to show my love for such an essential item in my closet.



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