The Best Unstructured Blazers [January 2020]

For the most part, the best way to describe an unstructured blazer is that there is not a lot of excess. There is minimal material, minimal lining, and the shoulders are thin. It has less material but is very stylish.

The Best Unstructured Blazers

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Craft & Soul from Amazon.com $59.00

Dry Clean Only, Imported.


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Everlane from Everlane $148.00

The most comfortable blazer (that still looks good.


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NN07 from MR PORTER $350.00

A lightweight, neutral blazer like NN07’s ‘Harvey’ style will set you up for so .


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Harris Wharf London from Mytheresa $525.00

With an unstructured construction and soft, striped knitted-cotton fabric, this .


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Polo Ralph Lauren from MR PORTER $895.00

Polo Ralph Lauren’s linen-blend blazer looks just as good with jeans as it does .


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Paul Smith from MR PORTER $975.00

Paul Smith’s suit jacket is made from breathable stretch-cotton corduroy in a ri.


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Boglioli from MR PORTER $1,295.00

Canali’s suit jacket was made on its signature ‘Kei’ block for a slim, yet comfo.


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Maison Margiela from SSENSE $1,555.00

Long sleeve unstructured garment-dyed recycled nylon blazer in khaki.


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Burberry from Burberry $1,620.00

An Italian-tailored jacket in check wool, cut to a slim fit.


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Brunello Cucinelli from MR PORTER $3,295.00

Brunello Cucinelli’s suit jacket is a smart choice for warm-weather occasions, t.


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Isaia from Saks Fifth Avenue $4,150.00

Fashioned in a handsome check motif, this rich wool dinner jacket is both smart .


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Isaia from Saks Fifth Avenue $4,775.00

Woven in a handsome plaid pattern from a rich blend of cashmere, mohair and silk.


You can alter a blazer. You cannot lengthen it, only shorten it though, being sure not to throw off the balance of the blazer. You can alter the sleeve width. It is important that you do not widen them too much.Taking the jacket in and out also needs to be done with care, so you will still maintain the tailored look.

If you are going for the complete casual look, use lightweight linen that radiate relaxation. Jeans, chinos, and shorts all look good with the blazer, and even a Tshirt will look good as well. Cotton is a great material to promote the casual look. If you want the casual look in the cooler season, wool is a great material and jeans is a great combo to pair with it.