There’s a reason the blazer is every young man introduction to the world of tailored clothing. It’s easy, basic and smart. Blazer are dressier than sport coats but not as formal as suit jackets. Traditionally, a blazer is wool, navy blue or solid with a pocket, and has distinct buttons. Blazers have a looser fit compared to suit jackets. It has all the versatility of your favorite hooded sweatshirt-the key is to make it your own. Don't be afraid to experiment.
Many men have been confounded by the prospect of what to wear over a blazer on a cold or chilly night. Try layer underneath your blazed, A cashmere sweater or even a hoodie with keep you felling cozy while looking hip.
Sportcoat is generally a term that refers to any tailored jacket that’s not a part of a suit. Sportcoats are frequently patterned and feature more eye-catching designs. Sportcoats come in every fabric under the sun, from wool to linen, leather to seersucker. So if you’re shopping for a sportcoat make sure you focus is on the fit, color and style. You should try it on with just a T-shirt as well as a dress shirt to make sure it’s not too big. Pay particular attention to the shoulders - the shoulder seam should not extend beyond the end of your own shoulder.
In recent years the shape of the sportcoat has evolved as the world became more casual, these days sportcoats are deconstructed and comfortable, which makes them easy to move around in. This way they actually feel sporty, instead of just looking that way. The sportcoat is truly a staple for the modern man, the ultimate investment. The sportcoat will take you from the office to dinner, creating one of the most versatile pieces in your wardrobe; the perfect bridge between the casual world and the formal world.
How you choose to wear a suit is as important as the suit itself, your accessories determines the look.