Blazers are no more reserved for English men or regimented Navy officers. It is a clothing item that complements your outfit and makes you look more handsome than usual.
Below are different Blazers that every gentleman should rock…
Blazers beginners basic
Blazers were first worn in 1825, at Cambridge University and its Lady Margaret Boat Club row team. It was created as a sporty top to row in. The fashion of Blazers has always stood on its own. The key to blazer style is knowing where you are going and to what purpose.
The interesting thing about structured blazer is the fitting, it cuts super close to the body while maximising shape. It is helped out with the padding, linings and the inner jacket mechanics. It gives you a rich look. Normally, it will carry defined shoulders, feel luxurious to touch and hug the body to enhance the slim fit.
Coloured blazer is perfectly appropriate when you want to make a sartorial statement. Bright coloured blazer looks better during the day while saturated tones are better options for night outings.
White blazers are suitable on dark coloured shirts with gold accessories.
You can rock blue blazers to the office and corporate events. A pair of blue blazers with grey trousers, a white, crisp tee or button shirt and tan brogues, will make a wealthy statement.
Check blazer gives you a prestigious look, with a window check or opt for tartan for an intellectual punk vibe. You can blend your check blazers with cream, brown, grey, green or blue – the colours of the earth and ocean.