How to Wear Blazer

A Navy or dark blue blazer should be in every wardrobe. Basta. But forget about yuppieårens klubblazer släpig and broad-shouldered silhouette with embroidery on the breast pocket. The modern Blazers are narrow cut and stripped down in the execution without a lot of tawdry details.

Klubblazern has always been something of a bridge between free and stylish. To a pair of flannel pants are most often an adequate substitute to a uniform costume, while a pair of chinos or jeans are the basis for the free preppystil. The problem with the model is that it readily perceived as just a little too splendid preppy. The solution is often as simple as changing out the characteristic brass buttons in favor of a pair of contrasting Pearl or horn buttons, which are perceived as more neutral.

Likewise, the cut is central to creating the right overall feeling. Do you want to be able to use the Blazer for a more casual attire recommended an unlined slimmer silhouette, often with minimal or no structure at all. A tvåknäppt or treknäppt model with rolling kind of thin wool quality is a good starting point that works all year round. Bet on a model with a bit of texture in the fabric such as hopsack, whose relatively rough nature is grateful to combine with both jeans pants.

Blazer from Corneliani in something sportier version with zip pocket on the outside.

The double-breasted variant requires clearly a little more of their carriers, but can to correct style to give a very stylish appearance. Here from Boglioli.

Further a double-breasted from Boglioli. Here in linen fabric with character.

Ermenegildo Zegna Cool Effect Fabric is a fabric that reflects sunlight and lends itself particularly well during the summer months.

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