& Other Stories' Cult Blazer Is Back, and It's Perfect for Spring

It comes influencer and editor approved.

They say nothing haunts you like the things you didn't buy—or something like that, right? Regardless, it's a feeling of regret I know all too well.

A couple of years ago, I fell head over heels for a cover-up from & Other Stories—specifically, a woollen blazer. In a light-beige hue with an oversized silhouette and a weighty, woven finish, the blazer would make for the perfect accompaniment to my off-duty jeans-and-jumper outfits. It would also be ideal as a chic throw-on over printed dresses and pleated midi skirts.

Maybe I was waiting for payday, or perhaps I'd recently bought something else. Whatever the reason, I decided to wait for a couple of weeks to treat myself to it. However, as you've likely already surmised, it sold out before I could get my hands on it. As such, I spent the rest of the year pining after something I knew I couldn't have. What was particularly agonising was the fact that seemingly every influencer I follow owned it.

Thankfully, my forthcoming wardrobe began to preoccupy my mind, and soon, my blazer despair was a distant memory. At least, it was until just recently. Upon scrolling through & Other Stories' new-in section, I found it: the cult wool blazer. Of course, I snapped it up. I already envisage myself wearing it with leather, light knitwear, jeans, and midi dresses to help me stylishly transition from winter to spring. Yes, I'm already thinking about my springtime outfits, and if you also want to secure the & Other Stories wool blazer before it inevitably sells out again, I suggest you do, too. 

Keep scrolling to see how my favourite influencers wear their & Other Stories wool blazer, and then shop it. Oh, and don't forget to see the other amazing tailoring options the brand has to offer.

Style Notes: Brittany Bathgate wears the blazer with a pair of classic blue jeans, a Breton-stripe top and chunky leather Chanel sandals. 

Style Notes: Karina Marriott wears the blazer with a pair of green cropped jeans, white sandals and a plain black T-shirt. 

Style Notes: Rachael Clifton brings out the timeless qualities of the blazer with slim-leg jeans and a Breton knit.

Style Notes: Alexis Foreman wears the blazer with a black T-shirt, tailored trousers and a magnolia canvas bag. 

A classic shade that’ll go with everything you own.

New for 2022 is this tan iteration, which is just so sleek. 

Everyone should have a classic black blazer in their wardrobe. 

I’m becoming increasingly drawn to belted blazers. 

Salt-and-pepper outerwear is a major trend this season. 

The fuzzy texture on this blazer offers a cool take on the traditional black blazer. 

This is just so elegant. 

Naturally, I’m into the entire suit. 

You can never go wrong with beige checks.

Take note—pinstripes are going to be big this spring. 

I have a real sweet spot for skirt suits. 

Level up your tailoring with this three-piece. 

A blazer you can legitimately wear year-round. 

Gold buttons make everything look premium. 

This colour feels very 2022. 

The subtle hourglass on this blazer looks gorgeous on. 

The shortened lapels and elongated button placket make this blazer feel directional. 

This post was originally published at an earlier time and has since been updated. Next Up: 15 Outfits That Are Going to Look Just as Good in Autumn

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