Woven in 100% Supima Cotton by Kurabo — one of Japan's oldest textile mills, founded in 1888 — our blazer is tailored like a suit jacket. Cotton is not comparable to wool but if you are looking for that blend of casual and elegance as the weather gets warmer, the Gwinett Blazer brings you that nonchalant attitude in clothing that looks dressed-up without too much effort and formality. If the situation requires, add our knit tie for a nod to formality.
Gwinnett is a part of our Archive and is always available.
Corozo buttons are harvested from the Tagua Nut in environmentally friendly methods — nature's beauty redefined.
Half canvas construction for structured chest and shoulder. Natural shoulder with light shoulder pad. Functioning sleeve button holes. Pick stitch on lapel and pockets. Collar and sleeve partially set in by hand sewing. Inside left and right pockets.
Choose inside embroidery of your initials (optional) under "My Way."
As we make every single piece just for you, please allow 10 working days for our tailors to complete your order, and an additional 4 days for transit.
Gwinnett Patch Pocket Blazer in Black
- Fits true to size
- Customizable options available
- Monogram options available
- Made to order and shipped directly to you
We measure every item by hand to help you choose the best fit.
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Our size and fit team measure all items individually to help you find the perfect fit.
It may be helpful to compare these product measurements to a similar garment you already own. To do this, place the garment on a flat surface and take all measurements from the outside.
Lay the blazer flat with the top button closed, measure straight across from the bottom of the armhole to the bottom of the other armhole.
Measure the back length from the neck seam at center back straight down to the bottom edge.
Measure from the shoulder straight down to the sleeve edge.
Measure from the top of the armhole at the shoulder across to the other side.
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