"THE MEN'S BLAZER IS THE MALE EQUIVALENT OF THE LITTLE BLACK DRESS"
PERFECTLY POISED BETWEEN FORMAL AND CASUAL WEAR,
THE MEN'S FASHION BLAZER IS BACK IN THE FRAME, BY MIKE KAGEE
MIKE KAGEE FOR WORLD FASHION TRENDS
The most versatile garment a man will ever own is a classic navy or black
blazer. "It's the key, because it is an easy thing to wear."You can dress it
up with a pair of denims, grey trousers or even a pair of fashionable
cotton chinos or a pair of shorts in any colour. You can even wear it
with a fitted shirt and tie or even with a fitted v-neck tee.
The navy or black men's blazer is an intrinsic part of a man's wardrobe. It is a
way forward without feeling overdressed. The blazer is the great go-anywhere,
do-anything with and always smart and body defining with either a collar
or a roll neck sweater.
"Quite simply" says fashion icon Tom Ford who has been steering men away
from the suit and towards jackets and trousers for quite some time.
"It is one of the most staple in a man's wardrobe. It can be worn to a wedding
or even a funeral.
A dark tailored fitted blazer with a hint of military and shiny gold and silver
buttons is the way forward. The blazer remains at the heart of this season.
It is seen in the Ralph Lauren, Armani, Valentino, Hugo and most of the
Italian Protagonists are always showing blazers as a staple item.
Gone are the days when the men's blazer was only shown at London's
Saville Row. It has now been modernized and revived again.
The blazer is "the pivotal" link between the world s of formal and casual
wear men's attire" and it the male equivalent of "The Little Black Dress"