No shoulder padding and completely unlined and unconstructed. In other words, the knitted blazer is a perfect casual yet tailored choice. There are many benefits of our multi-purpose knitted blazers but first it’s time to learn how to layer with ease and get the most out of this versatile knitwear.
For casually looking great straight out of bed, just throw on a t-shirt and a pair of jeans. Add the blazer, and you are good to go.
For a simple yet effective tonal denim look, pair a denim shirt - a button-down collar is a nice touch – and a pair of denim jeans with the blazer. Preferably, you stick to different shades of blue.
For a casual everyday look, just replace the denim shirt with a stripe oxford button-down shirt and add a braided leather belt.
Want to feel comfortable yet stylish for that special weekend gathering/party? A short- or long sleeved polo shirt and a pair of lighter color cotton trousers, or even linen if the weather allows, is the perfect combo.
Prefer to enjoy a nice cognac not only in your glass but also as the color of your corduroy trousers? Add a burgundy, green or grey polo knit or turtleneck, and a leather belt.
For a slightly preppy style, pair the blazer with a knit tie, a button-down shirt, and a dressier pair of cotton trousers. Choosing a denim fabric for the shirt adds a nice casual touch. Add a pocket square for that little extra; this one picking up on the colors of the tie and shirt.
By replacing the denim button-down shirt with a light blue cut-away collar shirt, removing the pocket square and the cotton trousers you will be considered well, but not too formally, dressed in almost any office. A pair of dark colored jeans is also a great option.
The classic menswear uniform with a twist. A navy blazer, white shirt, grey wool trousers, and tie in burgundy or some other traditional color is among the most classic thing you can wear. A silk grenadine tie, with its distinct texture, is also one of the most versatile options of all.
If you want to take it to yet a more formal level, still without wearing a traditional wool blazer or suit, and feel a bit adventurous, adding a pocket square in silk, linen or cotton will add that extra something.