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>wearing a blazer as ordinary day casual

do people really do this? like I get maybe putting one on when going to a restaurant or something or if your job requires it. but I'm talking about an ordinary day off where you plan on leaving the house
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>>10901009
I mean, sport coats were always worn this way, so it doesn't seem that odd, but given that I live on the west coast, where dark jeans are worn as dress pants, wearing one out would depend entirely on what I was doing that day.
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>>10901009
The streetwear teenagers of /fa/ will never understand, but yes, it is perfectly normal depending on your social status.
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If you're not from a wealthy metropolitan area it would look out of place. Especially in suburban areas; unless you're an old man.
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>>10901009
I see about 1 in 10 people wearing one around here, so yeah, completely normal

Bowties are not normal though and you're a dweeb for wearing one
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>>10901009
It is because you are focusing on the style instead of functionality. I don't have outerwear that isn't a jacket/blazer so of course I am going to wear it casually. All my important things are already in the pockets too.
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>>10901009
Girls have been doing this for years because it adds structure to the body (shoulders = body cheekbones; everything hangs off them).
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>>10902729
don't tell me you wear blazers with fucking jeans
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I know a guy who started wearing tweed blazers in casual situations and had to stop after people started calling him waitrose cunt.
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>>10903053
wow, some people
also there's nothing wrong with unstructured cotton or linen
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>>10903104
Linen is my shit
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>>10903198
Linen is fucking fantastic - especially in heavier weights. Casual, beats the heat over the head with a frying pan, and looks amazing and natural
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>>10903237
>>10903198
Completely wrinkled after 10 minutes/motions. How do you do it?
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>>10903247
you just rock the wrinkled look
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>>10903247
heavier weights and looser tailoring is the way to go - it pinches less and therefore wrinkles less
and just embrace the wrinkling
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>>10901009
>Blazer and jeans

Seriously if you do this, just off yourself. It looks fucking stupid. Just wear a pear of chinos or anything really, otherwise you will look a shit.

Also sports coat = yes for casual wear
The jacket from a suit = jump off a bridge
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>>10903255
there's a line where things get hazy though - suits with varied fabric and contrasting buttons can often be worn with the jacket separately, and more casual fabrics like linen and cotton lend themselves really well to this
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>>10901009
The problem isn't people wearing jeans and a blazer, the problem is they're wearing a very formal blazer, like a black pinstriped one or whatever.

A blazer in like tweed, flannel, cashmere can fit well with jeans.
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>>10901009
reddit does
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this specific fit is more on the formal side of things, but I've seen some nice combos with lighter chalkstripe jackets
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I just bought this, I thought I could wear it casually when I'm out. I have a striped shirt like that too.

Did I fuck up?
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>>10905423
Holy shit that guys got some crazy forearm veins
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>>10905423
black blazers are difficult if they're in a slick formal fabric - but you might have luck with mid/dark grey pants
they don't go with navy at all
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>being overdressed by wearing a sport coat/blazer on an ordinary day

please tell me you guys dont really do this unironically
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>>10906585
>overdressed

Not all of us are suburban teenagers.
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>>10901009
I think it's fine, especially cozy during the spring and fall when it's still a bit cold out.
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I often wear black blazers/jackets. Pic related, it's an unstructured polyester one I got from Uniqlo. Not every blazer/jacket is formal.
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