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I LOVE long blazers. JFE and all that. Beige to BrownSkirt Suit. I favored the double-breasted styles and wore them buttoned over a fitted dress, which made the silhouette less overwhelming for petite me.

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I prefer the lower stance jacket for its casual comfort. Off to peruse the finds. I liked long blazers in the 90s and also like them now! I aslo find them very practical because they can be thrown over everything: Lots of layering problems solved! Not sure if I could wear them now, though. I like the look of long blazers and I remember wearing them in the 80s and 90s. Although I love blazers I rarely wear them so I doubt I will be adding a long one to my collection.

What is it about double breasted blazers that make me want to keep them buttoned??? Another outdated rule I suppose. I love it, but I have no need for a blazer in my life. Which makes me kind of sad. I like them but agree proportion can be tricky. I actually have one just like the gold in your main picture.

I use the vertical lengthening tricks you mentioned with both my long bomber and my wanorak which is quite long too. Having a top tucked really helps, and the longer jacket still gives some coverage to feel comfy. One of my take always has been to look for a black boyfriend blazer as s wardrobe staple. A BF blazer is to the bottom of the hip in my mind — slightly shorter than these.

It is slightly oversized, with scrunchable sleeves, with a lower button stance but —- and this is important — a true shoulder line that fits well. A longer jacket would be practical for my work too, as long as there is sufficient ease. I really like this look on models but not not on average-sized me! Maybe a higher stance, as you mention, would even things out. Or quite a lot of nipping at the waist… The bum coverage is very nice if you like to wear leggings or body-con bottoms.

I used to wear long blazers. I am not sure I want to do it again. I liked them but I think it was a look I could pull off better with longer hair for some reason. I will not say never, but will most probably leave this look to enjoy on others as a short person who would not fill out top or bottom. I find longer jackets difficult and now see why. If I take it off, the key piece in my outfit would then be hanging on a peg somewhere, not exactly my plan. I wore the heck out of this silhouette in the 80s and early 90s and have a hard time imagining wearing it again.

I favored the double-breasted styles and wore them buttoned over a fitted dress, which made the silhouette less overwhelming for petite me. So no long blazers, tunics etc. Does anybody else feel this way? I do love it on others, especially to dress up jeans. The last outfit is intriguing. I love the look of a long blazer! I will be very happy to try this trend, but not be disappointed if the proportions are not the best on me.

I am thinking I want to try one with a pencil skirt….. These are tough for me to wear if unstructured — I look back at photos from the late 80s and cringe! But, never say never. I think a higher stance structured version could be fab. And I really like the last outfit and could experiment with my own version of it.

I know she will love this! I have come to LOVE a long jacket or blazer if I can get the fit right, which can be challenging in the hips for me. But as someone who is short of torso and long of leg, I find the right cut of a long jacket on me can be flattering and feel really fab.

Fun look, but hard for me to wear I always like it best with skinnies and heels, neither of which are really part of my repertoire. Btw — that last photo is interesting. That jacket looks by the number of buttons extremely long, so she must be extremely tall, or photoshopped. Im loving the Rick Owens black blazer above. I wear all blazers etc. I absolutely LOVE my powder blue long blazer. The unstructured, single breasted and open styles shown in your selection are most appealing to me.

I like the look of the last outfit with denim crops and would love to try that combination. I am searching NAS today for a neutral color longer blazer. Looking for neutral color -not black. Many dresses and shorts hit at the same spot on the leg. I notice that they are all shown with pants, and that most of the pants are close-fitting. Of the three exceptions, two are the same fabric for blazer and pants.

I have worn them in the past and loved them, but just not feeling the look this time around. As a tall hourglass with a short waist and long legs they could work on me, but too boxy will be very unflattering to my mid section. I like this style a lot! The low stance on these is what really makes them to me. I like them because they disguise the upper part of my thighs.

Conventional blazers tend to land on my lower hip where I am widest. They also work well with longer thigh length tunics, which can be hard to pair with shorter jackets. I hope we eventually go black to the really long knee length jackets of the 90s.

I like them, and I love all the blazers you have shown here, specially everything in the last outfit. Enjoyed reading your thoughts on long blazers, ladies. It is a classic blazer with 5 buttons, button cuff sleeves and dual slit pockets. Armpit to armpit is 20 inches. Shoulder to cuff is Armpit to cuff is Waist is 36 inches. Beautiful suit for career - fully lined. Long length Jacket with matching long belt.

Flat front with front zipper. Armpit to armpit is The jacket is fully lined with a polyester lining. While they are pre-loved, they look as new. Ivory Beige with Black and Brown Floral print. Shoulder to shoulder across top Sleeve top shoulder to wrist Length of the blazer: From shoulder to shoulder: Length of the sleeve: Guaranteed by Thu, Oct Top has short sleeves.

This is a two piece set. Top can be worn in or out. Light Pink, Berry, White, Black. Length from shoulder to hem: Three button single breast front closure. Three front slip-in pockets. Jacket has long sleeves, 1 satin button closure, satin trim around collar, beautiful beaded design on each side of jacket Check out pictures to see how the design of the jacket and dress flow together.

It has the hidden button plaque down the front and full length sleeves. It has a stand up collar with snap and button neck closure. This beautiful wool skirt suit is in excellent used condition, though it is wrinkled from storing. Both the jacket and skirt are fully lined. On the jacket, shoulder to shoulder measures We never knowingly misrepresent anything.

All clothing must be free of major defects. Single Breasted, 1 Button. This v-neck style blazer features a light floral design throughout. Black, strip textured blazer with floral lining. Excellent Condition - Pre-Owned New. We carry kids to adult clothes as well as shoes and coats. Button detail on sleeve end. Fabric has a rectangle waffle like texture. Beautiful golden floral embroidered throughout.

Long Length Boyfriend Blazer: A slightly relaxed fit and long length give it that easy "boyfriend" style. Princess seams add the perfect amount of shape. Princess seams add the perfect amount of shape. Go out in a blaze of glory with this season's wardrobe staple, the longline blazer. Dress up or down with tailored pieces. Shop the range. Shop for long blazer at Free Shipping. Free Returns. All the time.