How to wear double-breasted blazers

Looking for inspiration for how to style double-breasted blazers? Here are outfit ideas and fashion tips from our expert stylists to make it easier to wear double-breasted blazers.

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Classic colour combinations

Blue and grey are colours you can just throw together and not think too much about, which makes them an easy option for smart occasions.

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The blazer that does double duty

A double-breasted blazer is super-smart, but wearing it with jeans and a chambray shirt makes it feel more relaxed and appropriate for outside the office. Just keep the tones muted.

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Where casual meets smart

A blazer with a t-shirt is perfect when you want to make an effort, but not be overdressed. Just slip the jacket on or off as required.

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The smart end of smart-casual

A double-breasted blazer can dress down, but less readily than your everyday jackets. That means you can lose the tie, but chinos are probably a better bet than jeans.

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Focus on one stand-out item

In a fairly plain outfit like this, you can afford to make a statement with your blazer, whether that’s with stripes or a double-breasted cut (or both at once).

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Tailoring you won't melt in

The secret to staying comfortable when it's hot is smart switches: chinos for linen trousers; brogues for driving shoes; and a structured blazer for something light and breezy.

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Springtime smarts

Lighter trousers offer a spring-appropriate palette that will add a point of interest to smart separates. Throw on a crewneck knit to tone down a formal double-breasted blazer.

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Bring your outfit together

Pairing dark neutrals on top with equally muted footwear creates a sandwiching effect, framing the pale chinos and bringing the whole outfit together.

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