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The blazer - a fashion classic

The blazer is nowadays an integral part of women's and men's wardrobes and is characterized by a shapely design with a lot of freedom of movement and thus creates the skilful balancing act between comfort and elegance. Characterizing are a figure-hugging cut, a single or double row button placket, which is buttoned at waist level and a defining lapel collar. Moreover, nowadays there are no limits to the shape and fabric variety of the blazer: from grippy blazers made of canvas and cotton fabrics to delicate velvet blazers as well as from casual oversize blazers to chic short blazers, there is a suitable model for every person and every occasion.

The history

The blazer made its debut towards the end of the 19th century with origins in boating and cricket culture. Framed in mainly black and navy shades, double-breasted button placket and a lightweight flannel fabric, it skillfully combined the style of a suit jacket with the functionality of a sports jacket.

In the 1950s, the blazer found its first revival outside of upscale sportswear and impressed with expressive color play, extravagant buttons and the most diverse fabrics from linen to cotton to satin. Nowadays, it's hard to imagine fashion without the blazer, whether it's a men's or women's blazer, and it comes in a wide variety of styles, classic, short or long, single-breasted or double-breasted, but always recognizable by the waist buttoning and a prominent lapel.

The short blazer

The short blazer is cut shorter than the classic blazer and closes at about waist level. This particularly emphasizes the middle of the body and the hip area and underlines the femininity of the wearer. Short blazers can be combined especially beautifully with dresses, as well as high-waisted skirts and pants. Also replacing a bolero or a cardigan, the short blazer impresses and completes fabulously leisure as well as evening wear.

The long blazer

The long blazer is a true multi-talent and can complement both casual and elegant outfits wonderfully. Its length, as the name already suggests, usually reaches to mid-thigh, in some models even to the back of the knee and can be worn as a chic alternative to a coat. It has a figure-flattering effect and visually stretches the torso.

The oversized blazer

True to the principle "more is more", the blazer has also found its way into the oversize trend with a boxy cut and over-cut and padded shoulders. A casual alternative to a coat or jacket. Due to its width, it combines particularly well with skinny jeans or elegantly with figure-hugging suit trousers.

The right fit

Blazers are sleek and form-fitting, so it's very important that your blazer fits beautifully.

This is how you can tell that your blazer fits properly:

  • The lapel rests against the torso, it shouldn't stick out or gape open
  • The buttons do not stretch
  • The shoulder seam is flush with the shoulder - the exception here are oversize models, which deliberately use overcut shoulders as a fashion element
  • The waist of the blazer should be at the level of your own waist
  • The ends of the sleeves finish just before the base of the thumb
The blazer - a fashion classic The blazer is nowadays an integral part of women's and men's wardrobes and is characterized by a shapely design with a lot of freedom of movement and thus... read more »
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Blazer

The blazer - a fashion classic

The blazer is nowadays an integral part of women's and men's wardrobes and is characterized by a shapely design with a lot of freedom of movement and thus creates the skilful balancing act between comfort and elegance. Characterizing are a figure-hugging cut, a single or double row button placket, which is buttoned at waist level and a defining lapel collar. Moreover, nowadays there are no limits to the shape and fabric variety of the blazer: from grippy blazers made of canvas and cotton fabrics to delicate velvet blazers as well as from casual oversize blazers to chic short blazers, there is a suitable model for every person and every occasion.

The history

The blazer made its debut towards the end of the 19th century with origins in boating and cricket culture. Framed in mainly black and navy shades, double-breasted button placket and a lightweight flannel fabric, it skillfully combined the style of a suit jacket with the functionality of a sports jacket.

In the 1950s, the blazer found its first revival outside of upscale sportswear and impressed with expressive color play, extravagant buttons and the most diverse fabrics from linen to cotton to satin. Nowadays, it's hard to imagine fashion without the blazer, whether it's a men's or women's blazer, and it comes in a wide variety of styles, classic, short or long, single-breasted or double-breasted, but always recognizable by the waist buttoning and a prominent lapel.

The short blazer

The short blazer is cut shorter than the classic blazer and closes at about waist level. This particularly emphasizes the middle of the body and the hip area and underlines the femininity of the wearer. Short blazers can be combined especially beautifully with dresses, as well as high-waisted skirts and pants. Also replacing a bolero or a cardigan, the short blazer impresses and completes fabulously leisure as well as evening wear.

The long blazer

The long blazer is a true multi-talent and can complement both casual and elegant outfits wonderfully. Its length, as the name already suggests, usually reaches to mid-thigh, in some models even to the back of the knee and can be worn as a chic alternative to a coat. It has a figure-flattering effect and visually stretches the torso.

The oversized blazer

True to the principle "more is more", the blazer has also found its way into the oversize trend with a boxy cut and over-cut and padded shoulders. A casual alternative to a coat or jacket. Due to its width, it combines particularly well with skinny jeans or elegantly with figure-hugging suit trousers.

The right fit

Blazers are sleek and form-fitting, so it's very important that your blazer fits beautifully.

This is how you can tell that your blazer fits properly:

  • The lapel rests against the torso, it shouldn't stick out or gape open
  • The buttons do not stretch
  • The shoulder seam is flush with the shoulder - the exception here are oversize models, which deliberately use overcut shoulders as a fashion element
  • The waist of the blazer should be at the level of your own waist
  • The ends of the sleeves finish just before the base of the thumb