A superfine wool with a lustrous sheen is going to be out of place, and so is a big, hairy tweed jacket. The V-neck worn over a tie may also be patterned or textured, but can be solid as well.
Please help me give them a warm welcome in their new thread. What color pants to wear with a light beige jacket? Cost is unlined, loose fitting, and very casual. I imagine wearing it on cooler summer evenings, but am having trouble finding pants that look right. Is it that the coat fabric is too light? Layered Player , Jun 26, I usually wear light brown, olive, or navy usually in the form of jeans.
Gray seems like a pretty awkward pairing to me. Such a thing would also lend itself to bright pants, if you had the attitude to pull it off. White cotton gabardine or chinolino. Jamesgatz , Jun 27, Sander , Jun 27, The brighter shade of navy would be nice more so during summer. Veremund , Jun 27, The traditional American blazer will have 2 buttons and a center vent. More often than not the American style will have notched lapels.
The pockets are either flapped or patched. The English style blazer is different than its cousin from across the ocean. The traditional English blazer will be less boxy than the American counterpart. It will be cut so that emphasis is placed on the shoulders and chest. You will find the English blazer style in single breasted, but double breasted is most common.
This version will sport a double vent and, if double-breasted, will have peaked lapels and 3 buttons. It is a matter of personal choice: Know the basic suggestions of what kind of style fits your body structure, and then decide from there. If you are of a type that can wear double breasted coats, then by all means go for the English.
In my experience, I have noticed that suit coats, blazers and sport coats with suppressed waists will make a man look less like a tree trunk and more like a gentleman. However, that does not mean that the American style blazer is not worth considering. The American style is more versatile in that being single breasted, it can be dressed down more easily than the double breasted English blazer.
For this aspect, we will be using an American style navy blue blazer, 2 buttons, double vent, patched pocket, notched lapels. Because that style will allow you to be formal when formality is required, casual when casual is to be desired-all with no sacrifice to style and function.
I could easily tell you that the combination and possibilities are endless, but that in my opinion is misleading. As with any well-tailored clothing, you look best in certain fabrics, colors and patterns.
Know what fits you. Nevertheless, since you have a solid navy blazer, a suave combination is to wear a fine checked shirt with contrasting tie. Do not forget to compliment the blazer, shirt, and tie with a pocket square.
A pocket square helps break up the solidity of the navy blue blazer. Remember the steadfast rule that a blazer is not a suit coat; therefore, you should avoid wearing like-colors. A navy blue blazer does not and will not look good with navy blue trousers.
Best is to wear trousers that are in harmony with the blazer: Khaki trousers are the quintessential partners to the navy blue blazer. A word of caution: Slush, salt, and melting snow will plague the man who wears khaki trousers.
Blazers are a MUST for your wardrobe because they are so versatile. From casual to formal, blazers can be the perfect addition to almost any outfit to really pull a look together. Now, I want to help you look awesome in a blazer, so here are some tips on how to wear a blazer for men. We often see men pair the traditional blazer jacket with denim jeans. A great outfit – a modern classic that 40 years ago was pushing the envelope but today is a established way to wear your blazer jacket in a casual setting. Please note — wearing a blazer and jeans is different from wearing a . Knowing how to wear a blazer with jeans is easy as it’s one of the most classic combinations around. The navy blazer for men is a great, classic item to have in your wardrobe arsenal. Its versatility and ease-of-wear make it the perfect canvas to add to. Try teaming your blue blazer for men with a denim shirt and raw denim, or selvedge denim, jeans.