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How to Wear: Jackets & Blazers on Clearance

In honor of this weekend’s (and this summer’s final) Courtyard Clearance, we thought we’d round up a handful of our favorite sale items and show you how we would wear them.

If you haven’t yet heard, we are setting up racks in the courtyard in front of The Shoe Hive with jackets, blazers and other outerwear items all priced at either $100 or $200. At the last minute, we decided to throw in all sale denim and mark it down to just $75. Of course, these deals only last through Sunday. It all goes back up in price on Monday. So the time to shop is now, rain or shine!

Soia & Kyo Denim Jacket – Sale Price $100
While we are certain this lightweight denim jacket will become a fall wardrobe staple once purchased, we also wanted to show you how to wear it now. Okay, so maybe not on 100-degree days, but if you’re headed to dinner and want a light layer, it works so well with a summer dress and chunky sandals.

Cloth & Steel Sweater Jacket – Sale Price $100
The pintucked detail on this cozy bomber-style sweater enables it to dress up a pair of joggers (as pictured here) or dress down a pair of slim slacks for casual Friday in your freezing cold office.

IRO Black and White Aztec Jacket – Sale Price $200
This beautiful black and white number begs to be worn! Here, we kept it classy for a night out on the town with dark denim (now $75!) and newly arrived Dee Keller black suede pumps.

IRO White Fringe Cropped Vest – Sale Price $100
We are utterly mystified that we still have this super cool vest hanging out in our store–in both black and white! Wear it with a longer silk tank and jeans, or over a dress and booties for two on-point early fall looks.

Ulla Johnson Fringe Poncho – Sale Price $100
While this isn’t exactly a jacket or blazer, we still felt it deserved a spot in this weekend’s courtyard clearance. Lighter in weight than you might expect, we love it for late summer paired with white denim and strappy flat sandals.

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