Dress to impress with these sustainable men’s blazers. There are a few fashion items that every man should have in his wardrobe. And a blazer should be one of them.
It’s an extremely versatile garment to own as it can be worn with anything. It can be dressed up with your favourite pair of chinos or trousers or coupled with a pair of jeans for a casual look that’s perfect for a night on the town or dinner with clients.
Here are 3 sustainable blazers you should own and advice on how to wear them.
Elgin Pique Blazer from Boden
A classic navy blazer from Boden, crafted in a Portuguese factory, which has been tailoring for 100 years. Made from cotton piqué jersey and garment dyed so it’s incredibly soft, this jacket has a hint of stretch for comfort. It’s a very versatile blazer, smart enough to wear for weekday meetings yet still relaxed enough to wear to the pub for a few drinks with your mates. A navy blazer is a great option to have in your wardrobe as it can be paired with tan chinos and white shirt or even a pair of denim jeans for a more casual look.
Allerdale Chino Blazer from Boden
Another great blazer from Boden. This time a slighter lighter shade of navy. This blazer is made from a washed cotton for that particular lived-in look, with the structured design ensuring you look the business, whether you wear it to work or out for Sunday lunch. Again, this blazer can be worn with chinos and shirt or a pair of jeans.
Taylor Stitch The Telegraph Charcoal Blazer
If you want to break away from the navy blazer look, why not go for charcoal? This one from Taylor Stitch is made from 90% wool, 8% linen and 2% elastane. It’s made as part of a small batch production, which prevents waste from overproduction.
Taylor Stitch are known for producing quality clothes that are made to last. You can look good without trying too hard by pairing this charcoal blazer with black skinny jeans, bringing the look together with a pair of dark green low top sneakers for a contemporary look. For something that’s a bit more smart casual, why not wear a pair of white chinos.
Dress to impress with these sustainable men’s blazers