Sharp, tailored blazers have acquired the status of being a staple in every wardrobe. The versatility of this outfit shines through whether you embrace casual as your signature or have a leaning towards more formal silhouettes or blazers. If the ’80s were all about slouchy blazers exuding a relaxed vibe, the ’90s came to define more snug blazers; tuxedos jackets too became a coveted hero piece. The latest rendition of this classic silhouette can be worn as a dress. Imagine what a prototype between dress and a formal blazer would look like? Suffice to say that the drazer trend has invaded the trend wheel already and is a refreshingly chic addition to every wardrobe.
Designers world over have experimented with the silhouette too. From Anthony Vaccarello’s cinched at the waist drazers for YSL, Jacquemus’ renditions featuring oversized pockets and corset belts to Chanel’s tweed blazer dresses, there is plenty of inspiration to take cues from. Following the trend is a whole bracket of celebs. Kylie Jenner’s, Tom Ford belted blazer dress she wore at the VMA’s in 2018 stands out as a strong reference point.
Kendall Jenner was also seen in a blazer dress by Blazé Milano paired with black leather gloves at the same event. Priyanka Chopra embraced the drazer trend in a white piece by Reformation and a bronze Versace number. Among all this Rihanna‘s 2014 British Fashion Awards Stella McCartney look stands out, of course followed by her appearance in a white Fenty drazer. Want to ditch the usual pieces for a night out? Takes cues from Alia Bhatt and Shraddha Kapoor on how to make a statement in sequined drazer pieces .
Here is how a whole bracket of celebs embracing this cool hybrid drazer trend.