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Wearing jeans means wearing your jacket open at least some of the time. Double-breasted is right out and too formal to pair with jeans anyway , and three-button styles tend to flap and billow when left unbuttoned. As above, you want to avoid flapping fabric when you wear the jacket open. A modest little bit of narrowing above the hips is all you need. A superfine wool with a lustrous sheen is going to be out of place, and so is a big, hairy tweed jacket.
A simple, durable worsted is fine, as is a flannel if you prefer a more textured surface. A twill weave is easy to recognize by its narrow diagonal ribbing. Make sure the jacket is either a smooth-faced weave or something distinct from twill like hopsack, flannel, birdseye or nailhead. You may also want to consider avoiding the traditional metallic buttons — or you may like the contrast in your outfit. Metal buttons are more conservative and a bit preppy; plastic or mother-of-pearl buttons that match the jacket color or complement it more subtly are a more modern and urbane look.
Jeans and sports jackets lend themselves to natural contrasts. Anytime you wear a blazer, you will do well to wear some sort of patterned socks, whether checked, striped, or argyle. When you forgo a tie, your socks provide a great opportunity to inject a little pizzazz into your look, especially if you wear a solid shirt.
These may be made with or without pleats; which you choose will be determined by your body type and personal style — either look great with a blue blazer. Besides the traditional khaki, they can look good in such colors as stone, hunter green, and wine red. On cold days, you will appreciate the added warmth of cavalry twills, while in the summer heat linen pants are a cool and comfortable choice to wear with a blazer. Moving on to dress shirts , as said above a button-down oxford is the classic blazer companion.
Besides solids, a broad variety of stripes and checks, including many that would look garish with a suit, mix well with a blazer. For a more casual look, go with a long-sleeve polo shirt or a turtleneck, depending on the climate.
Look to own sweaters made from wool or cashmere; they do an excellent job of retaining heat and do not add considerable bulk. The V-neck worn over a tie may also be patterned or textured, but can be solid as well. A quick note on sweater color and pattern — I am an advocate of muted patterns and colors when it comes to knitwear — sweaters that scream with loud color and pattern are too memorable and limited in a wardrobe rotation.
Light colored khakis are a great pairing for the warmer months of the year as well. However, a navy blue blazer goes great with medium or light grey pants as well. Charcoal trousers are also a safe option, although a more boring option that could make you look like a security guard at a sports event. With fabrics, you could range from flannel and worsted wool to khaki and even denim.
A more relaxed and casual look for happy hour can be a pair of your favorite denim jeans and a navy blue blazer. A white button-up shirt always reigns supreme with any jacket or blazer, no matter what. Another safe choice is a regular blue button-up. But if you want to break from the conformity, try changing it up with a different light color or a patterned one shirt — like a white shirt with blue checks or a salmon shirt with white stripes.
Be bold and contrast your shirt from your blazer but stay away from vibrant colors or black. This is the easiest part.
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