Winter may have tightened its grip on us again recently, but sartorial inclined men already have one eye on the upcoming spring/summer season and will be planning how they can transition their current wardrobe through to the warmer months.
Blazers are an excellent staple for the between-seasons period. Able to be dressed up or down by manipulating your surrounding pieces, they look just as good at the weekend as they do at formal events. This versatility is emphasised further by the fact that they provide you with a wealth of layering options. Layer lightweight pieces underneath on the warmer days – utilising the blazer as a makeshift piece of outerwear – or throw your trusty trench/overcoat over the top as the snow rears its ugly head, yet again.
The AllSaints Combine blazer would make a superb addition to any transitional wardrobe. Front lined and deconstructed for a more relaxed aesthetic, this is a piece that you can pair with everything from coloured chinos to tailored trousers. The garment is crafted from quality woven British cloth, which is exclusively developed by AllSaints and gives the piece a true heritage appeal.
This style also features contrast waxed cotton front/back panels, 5 buttons carved from real AllSaints horn and contrast check elbow patches/under collar detailing.
It is available from the AllSaints website now, priced at £195.