How to use blazer grey? It is difficult to. This difficulty has a little to do with tradition and expectation. Objectively, there is no reason that a suit is more formal than a suit jacket with pants social, but it is. In the same way, we are more accustomed to a gray suit, since it is not traditionally descasava this color of the jacket. In most tissues, and without the right details, the blazer grey seems a jackets orphaned from a suit to improvise a combination of lack of option.
Looks just like this photo the clothes are fighting. The blazer that the model is wearing is very far from jeans, beaten up, and it seems that it is the top part of a suit that he wanted to use it with jeans to look more cool. Is not good:
With a little effort the blazer grey can work. Call attention to the fact do not be the jacket of a suit by choosing cuts without much structure, fabrics with pattern or texture more rough, patch pockets, etc. These details will make it clear that it is not an improvisation.
Some rules quick for you to hit the time to use a blazer gray are:
- Avoid any grey very dark
- Choose fabrics with plenty of texture.
Now I will tell you what I think of combinations with a few colors of pants the most common, and what is the best blazer grey in my opinion.
How to use blazer grey pants navy blue
Almost everyone looks good with a uniform male the most classic of all-time: navy blue blazer, pants, social, grey, sweater, clear, white, tie, patterned, lightweight shoe dark brown.
The opposite should also be true, right? But, incredible as it may seem, it is not easy to reverse everything and marry a pair of social dark blue with a coat grey. The fleece pants cold dark blue is very formal, and because of this, it is looking like that is the widow of a suit. In this case, the blazer, rather than complement, it ends up looking like a mere substitute.
The best solution is to choose blazers and jackets with elements of informality that make it very clear that they are not the top part of a suit. Do the same in choosing the pants if you want to even insist on the blue. Choose a blue pants made of a less formal fabric to indicate with clarity that she is not the orphan of a custom.
“Desformalizar” the top part of gray is more difficult, because traditionally the gray is a color of the city, and, therefore, more formal. The fabrics end up following this rule subliminally. Stop to think, it is easier to find blazers of brown tones in fabrics and casual, such as the tweed, because traditionally these were the colors considered to be “field”.
In the photo above, Christopher Bastin makes this distinction to make clear that the blazer grey is not simply the top part of a suit through the golden buttons and the style of the side pockets.
In another photo, the gentleman does the same thing through the tissues. It combines a blazer, grey flannel with a pair of social also of flannel, and so resolves the dilemma.
Finally, this guy uses the pattern plaid, more casual, a black tie, knit the shoe and brown suede pair “desformalizar” the combination.
In all three of these examples there are elements casual within the world of sartorial classic, contrast but harmony, different from the photo of the model that I put up there.
Grey with Grey
Grey with grey is also a little complicated, but it is possible provided you have enough contrast between the jacket and your pants. You can make the combination a little more colorful with a blue tie and suede shoes in brown. In combination with the grey trousers of these photos, the look has enough contrast in the tones and makes the fabric blend to make it clear that he is not trying to take what you have at home to simulate a gray suit complete.
The darkest part of you can be on top of, or below:
On the other hand, you can try to dress well monochrome, with a shirt button, white, knitted tie and black brogues wintips black. The positive side of hitting this choice is that a combination of shades of grey is much more sophisticated in the evening of that looks with lots of color. Looks just as it did the Steve McQueen:
Grey with tones of brown
Removing the blue pants, it all gets easier. It is much more peaceful to combine the grey with a pair of pants in shades of brown, another shade of gray or even dark green. These colors are assossiadas with the field, and therefore, more casual.
Various tones, of the clearest to the darkest, combine very well with the texture and the pattern that a blazer grey should have. Again, think about fabrics less formal. In the first photo, the coat has pattern chess that is less formal, and the pant cream is flannel, a fabric thicker, and therefore less elegant than the wool cold.
The big exception is to this rule of difficulty is the blazer tweed grey, mainly patterned herringbone or donegal.
This variation is easy to use, because it goes very well with the denim, other fabric with a heavy look. It is a excellent possibility these days, since the jeans is a pair of pants common.
Combine it with casual shirts, such as oxford fabric collar and button down or chambray, and leave the tie aside for a comfortable outfit.
You can also wear a blazer grey tweed with cotton pants moleskin or corduroy. It is a combination of more formal than tweed + jeans, but the moleskin of cotton and the cotelê still way combinations casual. As well as tweed, they rementem the idea of workwear and life in the English countryside (when it was blazer).
Again, view with shirts causal or a sweater of wool if it is cold. If you are going to put the ties and handkerchief pocket, think of the harmonisation. I really like the photo below because the tie, the greatest accessory, it makes a transition between the texture of the gross of the blazer and the more lightweight cotton oxford shirt. If it were a silk tie bright would not be so cool. The handkerchief in the pocket, accessory less, it is a smooth fabric and color. Jumps well and harmonizes all of the colors!
This is it! The blazers and sportcoats marine or brown are always the easiest to use. With the exception of the tweed with jeans, the above combinations require a little thought to join and also a wardrobe larger to have enough variety.
If you already have a few blazers in the closet, however, and is looking to add a little variety and a gray, choose a tweed is the best bet. To combine, do not buy pants tailored dark blue, and don’t buy (or not descase) blazers that have the guy in the jacket of the suit.
I hope that this list of help you choose to have ideas to wear a blazer gray. If you liked the tips, I would like to invite you to follow the Instagram blog. There, I share what I have used and my inspirations. Reaches over, and we will change the idea about men’s fashion!
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