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Looking for Cheap Blazers For Men? One word – versatility.  Blazers are a MUST for your wardrobe because they are so versatile. From casual to formal, blazers can be the perfect addition to almost any outfit to really pull a look together. Now, I want to help you look awesome in a blazer, so here are some tips on how to wear a blazer for men. Also check out the best casual blazer for mens with jeans, mens casual blazer, male blazers for sale and male blazers for sale options below.

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I. Buying Tips

If you are in the market for a new blazer, there are a few things to keep in mind when searching. Pay attention to the type of blazer, how the blazer fits, and the color options.

Types of Blazers

There are so many different styles of blazers out there, but the standard double-breasted and the two-button are the most classic. Keep in mind whether you’ll be wearing it for mostly casual or mostly formal occasions.

Patch pockets and unstructured shoulders (those without padding) often connote more casual blazers, which wouldn’t be best for business meetings.


A great blazer must fit well.  To get an awesome blazer that isn’t too loose or too tight, watch out for some of these signs.

Too Tight:

  • If the blazer pulls and forms an “X” when buttoned.
  • If the shoulders and sleeves of the blazer will be tight and have pulls.

Too Loose:

  • If the shoulders either extend past your natural shoulder or have a wrinkled and disheveled appearance. (Check out Dappered’s quick tips and the shoulder into wall test)
  • If the cuffs of the jacket go past your knuckles.


After finding the right fit, consider what colors will go best with your wardrobe. Gray and Navy are the safest and most versatile, while brown and tan are great casual options. If you want something trendier, go for a more vibrant blue or maroon.


II. Styling Tips – 6 Blazer Looks

It’s all about what you pair with your blazer and how you layer it that allows you to create a look that is comfortable and unique to you. Check out our suggestions below.

 1. Dress Shirt with Tie

For those more formal events, you can’t go wrong with this classic pairing. You can mix and match almost any dress shirt and tie to create an awesome look that works with your style. Our advice would be to stay away from the more casual blazers to prevent looking frumpy.


2. Cardigans and Sweaters

Adding a cardigan or sweater underneath your blazer is a great way to add warmth, texture and an air of sophistication.

3. Oxford

Oxfords are more wearable button ups for just about any occasions. This makes them a perfect pairing for just about any blazer whether you are dressing it up or down.

4. Polos

If you don’t feel like getting all buttoned up, opt for a polo shirt. It is still a nice look but not as formal feeling as a button up. Plus, if you want a sportier look, this is definitely the way to go.

5. V-Neck Tee

Wearing a blazer with a t-shirt is a little bit more casual still. It has a distinctly chic feel to it. If you’re going to go for this look, we recommend going with a v-neck rather than a crew neck t-shirt. It looks a little bit better with the lapel of the blazer.

6.  Jeans

Wearing a blazer with a nice pair of dark washed jeans is a great way to dress up a casual look. But, slouchy jeans and distressed jeans can add an interesting and unexpected twist to the look.

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ways to wear: A blazer

Four ways to wear: A blazer

If there’s one thing our stylists recommend again and again, it’s the textured blazer. There are two reasons why: 1. The texture keeps the jacket from looking like half a suit, and 2. The textured fabric also makes the blazer somewhere between casual and smart, which means you can wear one with almost any trousers and a variety of shirts—and to a wide range of occasions. 

Need proof? Here, Thread stylist Alice Watt shows you how to wear one blazer to four different occasions. 

1. For a last-minute client meeting

Outfit: Blazer, shirt, jeans and brogues or brogue boots

Why it works: “If you usually dress quite casually—but are occasionally called into last-minute meetings—the textured blazer is your best friend. Keep it at your desk and throw it on before you go into a meeting; it makes a shirt and jeans immediately smart casual.” 

Photographed: Gant white shirt (£80), Nudie jeans (£99)

2. For when you can’t tell if an event is formal or not

Outfit: Blazer, t-shirt, formal trousers and Derby shoes

Why it works: “Dress codes are so fluid these days, it can be really hard to figure out what to wear to certain events. An engagement party, for instance, sounds like something you’d wear a jacket to … but maybe not if it’s at a pub. When you’re stumped on whether an occasion is formal or casual, this is the perfect combination because the formal trousers and blazer are smart, but the t-shirt keeps them from looking too stiff.”

Photographed: Research Garments white t-shirt (£15), Peter Werth navy formal trousers (£69), Grenson oxblood Derby shoes (£200)

3. For a “grown-up” party or a nice dinner out

Outfit: Blazer, shirt, chinos and brogues

Why it works: “First, here’s what I mean by ‘grown-up’ party: your parents’ anniversary do, a dinner for your sister’s engagement, a garden party with a dress code (explicit or implied). You could also wear this to dinner at a fancy restaurant … and I’m not talking Nandos. This outfit is at the smart end of smart-casual dressing, so you won’t risk being underdressed.” 

Photographed: Gant chinos (£100), Gant white shirt (£80)

4. For a wedding or special occasion

Outfit: Blazer, shirt, formal trousers and Derbies

Why it works: “A blazer with formal trousers is more interesting than the usual suit—but just as formal. This combination is particularly appealing when you’re on the mid-20s wedding circuit and are tired of wearing the same suit to every nuptial.” 

Photographed: Gant white shirt (£85), Peter Werth navy formal trousers (£69)


For a professional look, drape your blazer over a chambray shirt and chinos. Earthy tones like olive add warmth to a stoic color like navy. And, the light blue denim adds the right amount of contrast. Your blazer plays a leading role in this trio, compared to its muted partners, and that’s a good thing. Wear this look at the workplace, at workplace functions, or at post-workplace-function functions. In other words: it’s versatile.

How to Wear a Blazer


There’s more to blazers than just the Ivy League look, but lest we forget: there’s also the Ivy League look. If you’re going to town, you might as well take a Lincoln. For example, this sun-friendly ensemble. Light-colored chinos plus polo shirt equals summer style. That’s just math. It’s casual and comfortable and can follow you to any semi-formal shindig. Add the blazer to kick it up a notch. Now you’re ready for an evening event or post-prandial drinks on the patio.

How to Wear a Blazer


The uniform of both jocks and geeks alike, the hooded sweatshirt is a bit of a chimera. It’s also a nifty way into a highbrow/lowbrow style situation. Don’t reach for any hoodie with a sports logo on it. Aim for something darker, fitted, or even fashion-forward to sneak underneath your navy. The blazer dresses up an otherwise collegiate look; the hoodie adds some edge. Anchor the outfit with a dark jean, and you’ve got a layered outfit that’s perfect for fall.

How to Wear a Blazer


In the American northeast sailing isn’t just a pastime: it’s a way of life. So a few well-placed nautical stripes are a hat tip to the blazer’s watery origins. They look great too. The simple combo is complete with a pair of jet black jeans. It’s casual and sophisticated at the same time. Stripes can be summery, but we’re certain you can wear this style year round and still make a splash.

How to Wear a Blazer

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