Blazers have become not just an important albeit indispensable part of men’s wardrobe these days. Gone are those days when the Blazers were considered fit only for the sailors or a game of Golf. This particular piece of clothing has probably seen the most dramatic promotion in its stature in the whole wardrobe.
Today blazers are everywhere. Be it the lounge where you hang out with friends for drinks. A serious date or even a casual business meeting in a cafe, blazers are all rage and designers are responding to this trend. One of the biggest reasons for this is the versatility that a blazer brings to the wardrobe. A blazer is more than a sports jacket and although it falls short of a suit jacket, it still fares admirably. A blazer transcends both these ends of this spectrum quite gracefully. You can wear a blazer with the Jeans as easily as you’d do with a pair of chinos.
The best part of blazers are that they come with simple rules – keep them in a little contrast to your trousers and don’t try to replace them with a suit’s jacket, and you are sure to make a lasting impression, be that on a client or a group of newly formed friends.