Beginner’s Guide For Buying a Perfect Blazer!

A good blazer should be must have in every trendy guy’s wardrobe. A blazer is way more than just an item of clothing that can be worn in a professional setting. They’re a lot more versatile than something you pair with chinos or a nice pair of jeans! Most of the guys love wearing blazer with jeans – it dresses them up and adds a feeling of chic sophistication. 

Blazers are also great if you’re looking for structured layers. Bombers can sometimes seem too relaxed, and leather jackets are too bulky to wear all day long. Blazers are just right! So, find your favorite color and pattern, don’t forget to get one that fits you just right, and check out these ideas inspired by fashion moghuls all over the internet. Retspec promises you that blazers will become one of your favorite things in your closet. So check this out!

If you are in the market for a new blazer, there are a few things to keep in mind when searching. Pay attention to the type of blazer, how the blazer fits, and the color options.

Types of Blazers

There are so many different styles of blazers out there, but the standard double-breasted and the two-button are the most classic. Keep in mind whether you’ll be wearing it for mostly casual or mostly formal occasions.

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Check out these Trendy and Subtle Blazers from Retspec.

Patch pockets and unstructured shoulders (those without padding) often connote more casual blazers, which wouldn’t be best for business meetings.


A great blazer must fit well.  To get an awesome blazer that isn’t too loose or too tight, watch out for some of these signs.

Too Tight:

  • If the blazer pulls and forms an “X” when buttoned.
  • If the shoulders and sleeves of the blazer will be tight and have pulls.

Too Loose:

  • If the shoulders either extend past your natural shoulder or have a wrinkled and disheveled appearance.
  • If the cuffs of the jacket go past your knuckles.


1.Crimson Red Jacket  2.Magenta And Blue Dual Colour Blazer 3. Ideal White Linen Jacket

After finding the right fit, consider what colors will go best with your wardrobe. Gray and Navy are the safest and most versatile, while brown and tan are great casual options. If you want something trendier, go for a more vibrant blue or maroon.

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