3 Ways To Style A House of Cavani Blazer
Blazers and jackets are a clothing staple that I have loved for years, ever since I got into fashion, and I don’t think that will ever change. Even though my style evolves every single year, my love for blazers remains the same, which is probably why they make up a good portion of my outerwear! With that in mind, I am super excited to be teaming up with House of Cavani to show you how I styled 3 of their brand new women’s tweed blazers! The brand is English based, and is a men’s suit company, but they recently branched out into the ladies department and I’m liking what I see! I even got to model all of the women’s collection on their website for them, which you can check out here.
As I know I have a lot of male readers as well, I think this is something for all of you as you guys might want to check out their cool suits! Plus, these jackets are made as women’s versions of their best sellers for men, so if you have a partner, you can twin in your House of Cavani blazers! I am planning to do that with Adam soon when the weather cools down a bit! Anyway, lets get to my styling of these 3 jackets below for you!
Cavani Caridi Beige Blazer
First up, and my favourite of the 3 blazers, is the Caridi Beige Blazer and I adore it because it’s a beautiful off white, beige shade that matches every single piece of clothing in your wardrobe. It’s more of a lightweight fabric to it, despite being a wool mix, so it’s appropriate for the summer as much as it is the colder months. I styled it here with my L’AGENCE Margot Skinny Jeans in Graphite (you know I am obsessed with these) and a simple white t-shirt, as well as my Christian Louboutin Pigalle, to smarten it up. Of course I think this Cavani blazer would look great over a dress we well though, or paired with a skirt. It truly depends what occasion you have coming up. The lining is also my favourite! Inside is a woodland butterfly print all over and it’s the prettiest thing! The jacket itself, as you can see up close, has a subtle blue check running through it, which complements the beige perfectly. Out of all 7 of the blazers I have tried from Cavani, this one runs the biggest, but in comparison to other brands like Topshop or Zara where I take a UK 8 or an XS, this is a UK 10 and it fits, so they do run a bit small overall.
Cavani Carnegi Tweed Blazer
Now moving onto the next Cavani blazer, this is the Carnegi Tweed Blazer in Blue. It’s got a really pretty teal appearance in some lights, and more of a darker blue in others. It has a subtle grid like check, as you can see up close, and again comes with the lime green flower pin, which you can remove if needed. This one is one of the smaller fitting blazers though so the UK 10 is quite tight on me, so you might want to take a size up for a more comfortable fit. Unlike the Caridi, this one is a 2 button closure, so it’s a bit more formal. I styled it with the same jeans and t-shirt, but opted to match the jacket to my blue snake print heels that I got from Topshop a while back. I don’t usually wear this kind of colour, but I absolutely love it and think it suits me in a contrasting way.
Cavani Carli Tweed Blazer
And lastly, this is the Cavani Carli Wine Tweed Blazer, which is a beautiful burgundy. I’m used to the intense shades of dark red, like a Merlot usually, but this one is different. It’s a muted, duller burgundy which makes it easier to style, and it has blue and black checks running through it, to give it a different appearance. With a 2 button closure, it’s more formal, but due to the colour, can easily be worn in a casual way as well, like I have here. Styled with the same jeans and t-shirt, but swapping out my shoes, this time for my burgundy velvet heels by Alice & Olivia, it creates a great evening vibe, but you can easily swap these shoes for loafers for some daytime shopping!
Every one of these women’s blazers from Cavani has a butterfly woodland printed lining, but depending on the colour of the jacket, it changes to suit the overall design. I think they’re really cool and even when I’m wearing the same base of clothes with the simple white t-shirt and black jeans, it goes to show how each of these women’s blazers gives off an entirely different look, creating 3 unique ensembles, which is why I wanted to do the styling this way. Anyway, which Cavani women’s blazer here is your favourite? I would love to know in the comments below! Lorna xx.
*AD – This is a carefully selected collaboration between House of Cavani and myself.