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Blazer, the royals match it like this

The blazer it is the outerwear par excellence of mid season – a bit like what we are experiencing now. It's light enough to face the hottest days, but has the right weight to cover you when temperatures drop a few degrees.

Women's blazer, 5 models for 5 trends to follow in spring

From the jacket with an oversized fit to the tailored one, which rediscovers the shapes of the body. From classic black passepartout to leather and denim models. Which one to choose and why? We'll tell you about it

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A functional garment, of course, but above all versatile given that in a few simple moves it is capable of solving the outfit, whatever the occasion and whatever the combination. From the most casual proposal to the extra formal version, the blazer makes no distinctions: it goes well and works-magically-with everything. If the catwalks have established the models, colors and textures that most of all, this spring, stand out among the others, once again showing the different possibilities of declination ladies royal, true lovers of the genre.

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The latest dress sported by the Duchess, an ivory midi dress already sold out, confirmed her (chromatic) style rule and the title of «vanilla woman» because of that neutral-colored wardrobe of hers. Heritage royal or new elegance with a discreet look?

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If you look closely at the latest unlined looks from Zara Tindall, Letizia of Spain, Mary of Denmark, Sophie of Edinburgh and many others, it's easy to understand how the blazer is, without a shadow of a doubt, one of the key items in the royal wardrobe. Whether combined with a midi skirt, practical jeans or wide trousers, at least here there doesn't seem to be any etiquette rule that suggests how and when to wear it. Via free to combinations and – for us – to inspirations.

The navy blazer combined with white jeans like Zara Tindall

The pairing of blue and white already wins hands down. Zara Tindall packed the casual chic look par excellence, combining a practical total white look, given by jeans and t-shirt, with a navy blazer, with a pinstriped pattern, which gives the right formal touch to the whole.

Zara Tindall

Zara Tindall

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The blazer en pendant with trousers like Duchess Meghan Markle

That is, the power suits, a set of blazer and matching trousers, both in the same color point. It's one of the ensemble most loved by the royals, including Meghan Markle who showed off a total white one during her tour in Nigeria with Prince Harry. A formal and elegant solution.

Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle

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The double-breasted blazer combined with the midi skirt like Princess Caroline of Monaco

How chic Princess Caroline of Monaco is with this white and blue look (among other things paired with her brother Alberto). The double-breasted blazer acquires elegance thanks to the golden buttons and a straight cut, not flared, which pairs perfectly with what looks like a skirt, or perhaps a knee-high white shirtdress.

Caroline and Albert of Monaco

Caroline and Albert of Monaco

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The colorful blazer combined with white trousers and sneakers like Queen Letizia of Spain

The touch of color this spring comes from the Spanish sovereign, who proposes a combination of a strawberry-colored bouclé-effect blazer combined with practical white cigarette trousers and sneakers. A sporty look, but not too much, which demonstrates the versatile character of the blazer.

Letizia of Spain

Letizia of Spain

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The striped blazer paired with a pair of jeans like Princess Charlène of Monaco

The princess's look is casual yet chic, given by a white blazer with navy stripes that recall blue jeans, embellished with a very designer belt.

Cahrlène of Monaco

Cahrlène of Monaco

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The blazer combined with the respective trousers like the sisters Amelia and Eliza Spencer

Lady Diana's granddaughters travel stylistically in pairs. Here they are, one dressed in white, the other in pearl grey, with two sets of soft-cut trousers and blazer.

The Spencer Sisters

The Spencer Sisters

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The cream blazer paired with wide trousers like Queen Mary of Denmark

The sovereign also opts for the combination with the quintessential summer twist of white and blue, combining a pure cream-colored blazer like the blouse with elegant navy trousers with a soft line. A classy solution!

Mary of Denmark and King Frederick

Mary of Denmark and King Frederick

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The light blue blazer paired with a black mini dress like Duchess Sarah Ferguson

The way to give birth to a classic black mini dress? Pair it with a vibrant light blue blazer, just like Sarah Ferguson. What a rock.

Sarah Ferguson

Sarah Ferguson

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The blazer paired with a long leather skirt like Duchess Sophie of Edinburgh

Long black leather skirt, white shirt, boots and khaki blazer. A combination with a country feel for the Duchess.

Sophie of Edinburgh

Sophie of Edinburgh

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The blazer paired with an immaculate midi dress like Crown Princess Mette-Marit

The combination of black and white never disappoints, and the Crown Princess of Norway did it well, breaking up the whiteness of her white dress with a black blazer with a fitted line.

MetteMarit

Mette-Marit

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