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The One Outfit Formula You’ll See Everywhere This Autumn

For all its failings, Instagram remains an unending source of fashion inspiration for me. Yes, there’s always a risk that our wardrobes become a physical manifestation of a social media algorithm, but if we can resist the temptation to copy and paste our style, there are so many feeds that can spark creativity. Case in point: It was during one of my scrolling sessions that I came across a simple autumn outfit pairing—baggy jeans and a blazer—that had me rooting through my wardrobe in an attempt to re-create it that very day. 

Blazer and baggy jeans outfits

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@lindatol_

The best thing about this look is that many of us, myself included, may well have the components for it already sitting in our wardrobes. For me, this manifested in a pair of baggy jeans from sustainable denim brand Boyish thrown together with an old checked blazer and white tee from Arket. It’s all about embracing that slouch. Disarmingly simple, yes, but it’s a silhouette that feels undeniably fresh for A/W 21. 

Blazer and baggy jeans outfits

Photo:

@joy_monty

You can re-create this baggy jeans–and-blazer pairing in any number of ways, from classic blue denim and beige tailoring to white jeans and a black tuxedo blazer. My top tip would be to keep your base layer on the fitted side to avoid everything looking too shapeless, for example, a tank top or bodysuit would fit the bill nicely. So in the spirit of new-season inspiration, I’ve put together four baggy jeans–and-blazer outfits that are inspired by some of my favourite Instagram fashion lovers. Scroll down to see and shop my looks.

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