How To Style Our Watson Houndstooth Blazer For Fall

How To Style Our Watson Houndstooth Blazer For Fall

Last week I introduced you to our brand new Blaire houndstooth blazer, you can see that blog story here.  So today I want to show you another new blazer, the Watson houndstooth blazer, which is a sister to the Blaire blazer.  They both have the same silhouette and shape and they are both made out of a beautiful Italian made houndstooth fabric. The only differences are in the scale and the color of the houndstooth pattern. The size of the houndstooth pattern on this jacket is a bit smaller and the color combination is a classic navy and tan.

Just like the Blaire blazer, it is designed by myself and made here in Los Angeles.  The pattern and color of this blazer also makes it a classic piece that is timeless.  It has gold metal buttons, a novelty stripe lining and a navy contrast under collar.  I have shown you a couple of different ways to wear it below in the photos.  My favorite way is to wear the collar up to show the contrast under collar and the sleeve folded or crunched up to show the stripe lining.

Blazers always look great with shirts especially for fall so I really wanted to do a shirt with this blazer.  I also love the idea of mixing a stripe pattern with the houndstooth blazer.  Therefore, I came up with our Savy Stripe shirt which has an ivory background with a medium brown stripe.  Not only do the pattern of the blazer and the shirt mix well together, but the shape of the shirt looks great under the blazer as well. It is a loose easy body with a notch collar, buttoned cuffs and it is slightly longer in the back than the front. I chose to tuck it in for my look, but it can look just as good left out with the blazer.

As for accessories, I have two new pieces that both look great with the shirt and the blazer.  One is our new Tan/Brown voile abstract print scarf/shawl which you can wear in so many different ways as I have shown below in the photos.  It has a mix of beautiful colors that can be worn with so many different outfits as well.  The second piece is our Multi strand bead and chain necklace hanging from a gray rope which is also a really pretty necklace with pretty colors that make is very versatile to wear in many different ways.

I styled all these pieces wearing my brand new boot leg cut Rag & Bone jeans in a dark navy clean wash.  I bought these jeans a few months ago as I wanted a jean with a different kind of leg than skinny or wide leg.  This shape is really flattering as it is slim on the thigh section but flares a little in the bottom to balance out the hips.  If you have not tried this kind of a jean, I highly recommend them, especially if you are a little heavier on the hip or thigh area.  They can really work in your advantage especially in dark colors.  As for my shoes, belt and bag I used my favorite color leather which is a cognac and its my “go-to” color most of the time other than black.

The four new items I am showing you today are all part of our 24-HR Flash Sale where you can get 15% off with code FS125 plus US Free Shipping. Limited quantities on all the pieces, so if you like any of them now would be the time to grab them.

Watson Houndstooth Blazer – Click Here

Savy Stripe Shirt – Click Here

Tan brown voile abstract print scarf shawl – Click Here

Multi strand bead and chain necklace hanging from gray rope – Click Here

What do you think of our Watson houndstooth blazer and how I have styled it?



























Watson Houndstooth Blazerstyling-the-watson-womens-blazer-for-fall-jacket-society-9127Watson Houdstooth blazer – Jacket Society

Savy Stripe Shirt – Jacket Society

Tan brown voile abstract print scarf shawl – Jacket Society

Multi strand bead and chain necklace hanging from gray rope – Jacket Society

Dark denim bootcut leg jeans – Rag & Bone

Belt – Gucci

Pointy pumps – Steve Madden (old)

Bag – YSL

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Jacket Society was launched in the fall of 2013 by fashion designer Nora Minassian. Jacket Society is about Nora’s passion for classical and stylish easy to wear women’s fashionable jackets and blazers. Nora earned her BA degree in fashion design and merchandising from Otis College of Arts & Design and has worked in the fashion industry for many years, travelling to the fashion capitals of the world to keep up with current fabric and style trends. Nora started this website and fashion blog to showcase and sell her favorite jacket styles that are all designed and manufactured in Los Angeles, California. On this site she will share her experience and knowledge of women’s fashion and present her unique sense of style by giving her fans and customers an opportunity to follow her jacket styling tips and secrets, emphasizing her favorite current and past classical jacket styles and be able to offer selection of her favorites for sale here on her Jacket Society website.

  1. Love the both looks! Looks great!


    1. Hi Rachel,
      Thank you so much!


  2. So classic, chic, and pretty. Love these colors and lines. You styled it perfectly!



    1. Hi Mary
      Thank you very much for stopping by 🙂


  3. Gosh you are so chic always!


  4. You look stylish ! Your classic style is perfect in everyday life…


    1. Hi Dan,
      Thank you very much.


  5. Such a classic look, I love it!



    1. Hi Brooke,
      Thanks so much for stopping by!


  6. The lines on the button down are my favorite part of this outfit! All of these neutral colors look great too and I love the little bit of color the scarf adds.



    1. Hi Carrie,
      Thank you very much.


  7. Thanks for linking up to Top of the World Style. I love this shirt. How do you do that it doesn’t bulge up in the front? It looks so nice and plain in the belly area!


    1. Hi Nicole,
      Thank you! The shirt is made out of a really soft fabric and I tucked it in and didn’t pull it out to bloson too much.


  8. I love how clean and chic this look is, and I also am obsessed with your GG belt!

    ~ xo Sheree


    1. Hi Sheree,
      Thank you, its my new favorite belt too 😉


  9. That jacket is such a classic piece! Love the details – that scarf is gorgeous and your belt is fabulous!



    1. Hi Jill,
      Thank you very much 🙂


  10. Love this entire look! The colors compliment each other and every piece makes its own statements.


    1. Hi Nicole,
      Thank you so much!


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