If you sincerely know Tamala Clarice than you know, I, myself am truly a casual girl. If you’ve ever had the opportunity to assist under a fashion stylist or if you are a fashion stylist yourself this is normally what type of attire you’d wear or of course in leisurewear. Even when a stylist is doing pulls or returns you must be as comfortable as possible because there is a lot of physical work that takes place, like carrying heavy garment bags and being on set of multiple hours. Blazers are one of those staple pieces of clothing that are a lot more versatile than people give it credit for. Easily matched with formal outfits and an endless array of Oxford shirts, it's something that's ideal for smarter occasions, but it also works great with a lot of casual pieces as well. Blazer and jeans or sweatpants work great together and are a go-to combination when creating a casual, yet put together look. Actually with this look, I have on two blazers. One plaid and one black. I paired it with a turtle neck which is also now the ultimate trendy piece. Makes sense that something as equally versatile as a slim turtleneck will work just as well with a blazer. Of course, there are some things you should probably keep in mind before you start throwing any random shirt on with any old blazer, but these are mainly things that you need to remember for any outfit - fit, color, pattern and length. That’s why I paired these super cute plaid Harlem shorts. I am not suggesting you throw on any kind of lounge wear, but some slim fitting black joggers in a thick cotton material, alongside your blazer, can be a surprisingly good combination. Pair it with your favorite kicks and your good to go for a long stylist busy day. Be picky when selecting your shoe choice, anything that's too chunky will disrupt the narrow look of the outfit. Keep them well fitted, but experiment with styles.