There are a lot of great trends out there when it comes to men's blazers right now, so you can bet we've tracked down plenty of perfect options for you.
Time to suit up!
By Justin Mastine, Sweet
[post_ads]It's that time of year again, folks! Those light linen blazers need to go into hiding, making way for heavier wools and other fabrics that are more suited for colder weather. There are a lot of great trends out there when it comes to men's blazers right now, so you can bet we've tracked down plenty of perfect options for you.
Uniqlo Men Comfort Jacket
Leave it to Uniqlo to bring us a well-cut casual blazer in an unconventional material like jersey. This jacket is so soft and stretchy that it's perfect for those out there who hate "dressing up."
Lauren Ralph Lauren Gray Houndstooth Blazer
We cannot repeat this enough — if you don't have a few shades of gray in your closet yet, you really should. This silk-wool blend blazer has a great compact checkered houndstooth pattern that helps it stand out against other plain gray alternatives.[post_ads_2]
Peter Millar Flynn Classic Fit Wool Blazer
The combination of a heavy wool, traditional cut, and almost-plaid box pattern of this blazer give it a bit of that uni-professor vibe — in the best way. Fun fact: Rather than relying on overseas manufacturing, this blazer is actually made up in Canada, of all places.
Ted Baker Pashion Trim Fit Paisley Velvet Dinner Jacket
Though technically more "formal dinner jacket" and less blazer, patterns like this subtle velvet paisley are cropping up all over. If you're the daring type, you'd best be picking one up quick.
0909 Birdseye Slim-Fit Blazer
There's a particular '70s vibe to this blazer that we just love. The Italian two-button has a nice modern cut to it with lapels that are much slimmer that one would see from blazers and sport coats of that era, but its almost sofa-like textured material is totally something we could see rolling out of the disco era.