I’m not a fan of heavy winter coats. Most of the time the sun comes out and I end up dragging it around for half the day.
When it gets cold I usually just layer up my tailored jackets. This way, I can add or remove pieces as the temperature changes throughout the day and I am free to change the overall feel of a outfit at a moment’s notice.
Here’s three examples of how to casually insulate that favorite blazer of yours.
1. Trucker Layering
The blazer keeps me presentable for the day, then I can easily stash it in my bag for a more casual evening.
Taking this denim jacket to my tailor years ago was one of the best investments I ever made.
During the colder months I use it like a cardigan and during warmer months it’s my go-to light jacket.
Dan and I have worn vintage burgundy tassel loafers so many times on TSB, I’m sure what else I can say.
They’re an investment you will not regret.
- Two tone glasses by Ray Ban
- Navy cotton jacket by JCrew
- Denim jacket by Levis Vintage
- Blue oxford shirt by GANT
- Brown plaid pocket square Handmade in Philippines
- Slim olive cargos by Uniqlo
- Canvas & leather tote bag by Mismo
- Navy socks by Uniqlo
- Burgundy tassel loafers by Johnston & Murphy