It's the simplest of outfits, but it always makes an impact: the roll-neck and the blazer combo. It's the chicest and easiest way to get dressed in the morning, and we never get bored of it, as there are myriad opportunities to make it individual. From the colour of your jacket and your top to playing with the silhouette (a cropped blazer works just as well), there are many different ways to wear the look. Plus, it will help you transition your winter wardrobe so you can be ready for all of the S/S 18 trends to come. Of course, street style stars do it best. Keep scrolling for the best ways to wear a roll-neck and a blazer.
Style Notes: You could mistake this look for being "just another" workwear outfit. But there are subtle tweaks that make it not so much. From the red lipstick to the black boots, this is how to really make it stand out.
Style Notes: Oversized sleeves, beige trousers, and a pink bag make this outfit a must.
Style Notes: If your blazer, or suit, is bolder then opt for a grey roll-neck underneath for a sophisticated way to do loud prints.
Style Notes: Monochrome is always a good idea. Keep your jacket and roll-neck black, and keep your bottom half in mostly white.
Style Notes: Puncture an all-black outfit with chic glasses and a tan bag.
Style Notes: If you're really running out of ideas, layer a bustier top over your roll-neck before finishing with a blazer.
Style Notes: Take inspiration from '80s fashion with large shoulder pads and an oversized pair of trousers. Finish the look with a black briefcase-style bag.
Style Notes: The most popular way to do it, of course, is to just stick to your favourite pair of jeans. Keep the look fun with interesting footwear.
Style Notes: This would be a bit boring if it wasn't for the addition of the white boots and roll-neck.
Style Notes: Wear your blazer like a dress and keep a roll-neck on to make it appear more demure.
Style Notes: All black is chic but not as fun as when broken up with a pink roll-neck.