The Editor Pick
Bonobos is known for their suiting, so naturally they would throw their hat into the unstructured blazer game. Granted, theirs is unconstructed, but it’s essentially the same thing and will serve the same purpose.
The Affordable Pull
Like most of the brand’s goods, this lightweight performance number is uncomplicated and bound to become something you reach for over and over. It’s uncomplicated, inexpensive and a surefire way to elevate your style this spring.
For The Uniform Guy
J.Crew’s cotton-linen chore blazer is available in a variety of colors like the expected navy and beige, but we’re partial to this burnished kahki color, which is bold enough to stand out from the rest but isn’t impossible to style.
For the Double-Breasted Bro
A timeless RL design, the preppy blazer is made from a breezy lightweight cotton that lends the jacket a more causal feel while remaining intriguing enough — it’s double-breasted steel look does the trick nicely — to keep things Parisian meets Nantucket chic.
For The Serious Meetings (And Dates)
In addition to being Hopsack, Brooks Brother’s Milano Sport Coat is a slim, well-fitting option, complete with a handsome windowpane design, for just the right amount of prep.
For The Performance Inclined
With stretch and water-resistant more reminiscent of a travel pant than an unstructured blazer, it’s a unique find that suits those jet-setters, office-spillers and general performance-driven folk.
For The On-The-Go Fellow
Rugged and durable, it’s just dressy enough to too over your work oxford, with all the added benefits that hardened twill and a weatherproof finish bestow.
For The Linen Lover
The natural shoulder creates a relaxed silhouette that’s perfect for casually throwing on with jeans and a t-shirt, and the luxuriously soft fabric that’s just heavy enough to block out any inclement weather.
For The Fashion Freak
This single-breasted suit jacket fits theJapanese designer’s MO perfectly — beautifully toned and lined to perfect, it’s a unique blazer for the sharpest dresser in the room.
For The Sartorialist
Formal enough to dress up jeans and dress slacks alike, it’s soft lines and clean cuts make it approachable and infinitely versitile, despite it’s sartorial origins.