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The back of the jacket has a double vent, which I prefer because it’s more traditional, and the fit is more flattering as compared to a single-vent jacket. The under collar is grey flannel felt that gives a little contrast if you decide to flip it up. And there’s an elbow patch in the same material as the jacket
same fabric as the lining. It’s a great little detail because if you want to use a pocket square, all you have to do is to reach in and pull the lining out of your chest pocket. I always love a pocket square; it’s a great opportunity for a guy to personalize his look.
When it comes to styling, I wanted to give the idea of a modern schoolboy. It’s such a great way to dress up the navy blazer – the perfect grey flannel pant, penny loafers, a striped oxford-cloth button down, pinstripe tie, and a white pocket square. That’s the eternally perfect look for guys, in my opinion. You can go out to dinner in that or to work; it just works for so many different situations.
But the interesting thing is to try it with more unexpected items, like a pair of beat-up jeans and a white T-shirt. Or a flannel shirt and a sweater, with the blazer thrown on over top. There are very few items that a navy blazer doesn’t immediately improve. You should be able to wear it for at least 10 months out of the year, if not 12. And how many things in your closet can you say that about?