Go into your grandpa's closet and there's an obvious difference between his and yours. No, I'm not talking about tasteless suspenders, or all of the tee shirts from the country club's past 50 anniversary celebrations. Take a look at what's probably at the forefront of his closet; all of the tweeds, wool blends, and corduroy pieces that'll keep him ten times warmer and stylish than you...despite any questionable scents from age.
Using cold weather fabrics is a lost art in today's student's wardrobe, and this blazer is just the beginning of standing out in a sea of cotton navy blazers. The best thing about warm weather like this twill blazer from Jachs NYC is that they generally come in neutral tones, which means you can dress them up or down without losing any style points.
Grab your favorite knit sweater or turtleneck to dress it down, or an oxford with a fall textured tie in an earth tone to heat (and dress) things up. Be wary of the tailoring of your jacket, as having thick fabrics under it could cause extra tightness and should be taken into consideration.
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