Signature Linen Deconstructed Blazer - Oatmeal
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A blazer you can wear all day long. This unique jacket features thoughtful and exceptional construction throughout. Most commercial blazers are crafted using only two panels while ours was designed with four panels in the front and back. Our construction allows for a softer feel and flattering tailored and slim fit. We also distilled the essence of a lapel into the two minimalistic cutouts along the notch collar to give the blazer a soft modern edge. Other features include cuffed ¾ sleeves, flat front pockets and a one button closure.
We designed the Deconstructed Blazer without lining to ensure a streamlined silhouette that sits neatly against the body. No lining also allows the piece to be worn comfortably throughout warmer seasons and offers the flexibility to easily layer during colder weather. The interior is meticulously finished with neat french seams. It is crafted out of soft and breathable linen material that can be worn all year round. Over the lifetime of this blazer you’ll be able to watch the linen soften and patina over time, creating a well-worn piece with character.
This blazer strikes the perfect medium between formal and casual and looks great with trousers or jeans. Whatever the occasion, you’ll look instantly put together.
+ The Story
To create a blazer that you can wear from day to night, we've picked apart all the elements that make up a traditional blazer and worked in our knowledge and expertise to improve these different elements. This process inspired the name of the Deconstructed Blazer. What we were able to design is not just limited to professionals but offers you a more inclusive piece that can be worn day-to-day for a refined and tailored yet versatile look.+ Material
A washed mid-weight linen that gets softer and ages gracefully the more you wear it. Linen is a natural material derived from the flax plant. It’s extremely cool, breathable and strong, making it perfect for everyday wear. Part of the charm of linen is its tendency to wrinkle. We recommend air drying your linen garment and wearing it as is - wrinkles and all - for a lived-in look. If you prefer, it can be lightly steamed or pressed.
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