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Fall fashion can sometimes be tricky. It's cold in the morning, but by the afternoon, it can get pretty warm.
Still, it's important to stay dressed appropriately, especially in a professional environment.
Instead of wearing a fleece or windbreaker over your shirt and tie, blazers and sport coats are the best option for staying professional and warm when you need it.
Additionally, they can be the perfect middle ground between a fully formal look and one that's a little more laid back.
Depending on the setting, a full suit is too much and simple collared shirt isn't enough. Blazers and sport coats can be dressed up with slacks, a shirt, and tie or down with a sweater and jeans.
If you're looking to add versatility and warmth to your fall wardrobe, blazers and sport coats are the way to do it.
Check out the 8 best blazers and sport coats to buy this season, below: Vince Camuto Slim Fit Sport Coat
The Vince Camuto Slim Fit Sport Coat is one of the best bang-for-your-buck options on this list. It's woven woolly texture will bring the classic white shirt and black dress pants to a new level perfect for fall.
Vince Camuto Slim Fit Sport Coat, 225
Brooks Brothers Milano Fit Multi-Check Sport Coat
Wearing the same suits over and over can become boring fast. Instead of switching up your ties, pair your blue, black, or grey bottoms with the Brooks Brothers Milano Fit Multi-Check Sport Coat.
Brooks Brothers Milano Fit Multi-Check Sport Coat, 498
Indochino Navy Corduroy Blazer
Corduroy is a great way to add texture to an outfit and it's pretty warm, too. Coming in a deep navy color, the Indochino Corduroy Blazer works well with many of the clothes you should already have in your closet.
Indochino Navy Corduroy Blazer, 300
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