One outfit - a thousand possibilities

Versatile classics

Loafers, blouses and blazers are wardrobe staples for any fashion-conscious woman. Combined in the right way, they open up all kinds of style possibilities!

A wardrobe without a blouse, blazer and loafers is like a morning without coffee. Fashion has its own important routines, just as everyday life does. Whether you’re going for a casual or an elegant look, leisurewear or an ensemble fit for a fancy dinner, you can never have too many blouses, blazers and loafers. All three items are true all-rounders, and brilliantly versatile.

Our styling tip shows a relaxed business look featuring a dark red polka-dot blouse. The bows and frills around the collar are very on-trend right now, and lend a playful femininity to the outfit. We’ve teamed the blouse with a classic, stylish blazer. For the trousers, we’ve chosen cropped jeans with a distressed finish. They soften the outfit and, together with the blazer, create a stylish navy and black combination.

Perfect for business looks: Högl’s Principal loafer heels. The high, wide block heel and striking gold chain as a decorative detail give these loafers a modern and very feminine twist.  

This styling tip is made up of fashion classics that are all fantastically versatile, and can be used to create lots of different looks. Some items are worth investing in!

Loafers, blouses and blazers are a great combination
Blazer: Madeleine 
Blouse: Zara 
Jeans: Dr. Denim
Loafers: Högl

Black loafer pumps from Högl with a feminine golden chain
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