Dating back to the 1800’s English boating clubs, the blazer has traditionally been associated with yachting and outdoor sports due to its durable, lightweight construction. It was traditionally navy blue in colour with gold or silver metallic buttons and single breasted.
The blazer has come a long way since then and is often used synonymously with the sport jacket in its adaptability to mixing and matching. These days the blazer may be found in light grey or brown hues and even more daring patterns such as herringbone or tweed.
Shunning conventional fabrics, we can fit you out in a blazer made of soft, pliable cloth like cashmere, silk, lambs wool or angora. You name it. The choice is yours.