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    Ventless Blazers

    I recently bought a vintage blazer that turned out to be ventless. It didn't cost me very much at all, so I was not that bothered either way.
    I've never worn a ventless blazer before, just wondering what peoples thoughts are about them? Easy to pull off or not? Be good to know as they come up every now and then and am not sure if is something to vear away from or not.

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    I have a ventless tweed number which is that way due to some quite extensive tailoring which meant I had to lose the vent.

    I don't think it's a problem on a casual piece. It can actually be quite a distinctive look if the blazer is nicely fitted. I would definately avoid ventless suit jackets though.
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    Yeah this is quite a think wool, houndstooth Daks blazer. Fits pretty well. Only cost me about a tenner.

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