Last Chance Dept.
It’s getting warmer out there.
These matters are complicated when you step on the plane in Albany, New York in March (almost April) and step off in Calcutta two days later.
I have a solution.
This travel blazer is so light and airy you’ll barely realize you have it on. You’ll marvel at how something that feels so unstructured looks so fabulously dressy and blazer-like, so at home with a collared shirt, tie and light scarf.
But the real genius of this blazer, something the jet setting sophisticates have known for generations, is that when the mercury rises, you roll up the sleeves, open the front and suddenly you feel like you’re wearing a shirt (this is the look that goes well with a tee and aviators).
You can flip flop between these looks and temperature zones more easily than a politician flip flops on issues; more effectively and with better results too.
The Dual Climate Travel Blazer (No. 4966). Classic single breasted blazer. Lightweight stretch twill (97% cotton, 3% stretchy stuff). Half mesh lining in contrast navy color. Notch collar with lapels. Self-fabric chin strap with button to secure tab when not in use. Brown corozo buttons. Three functional buttons at sleeve placket.
Pockets (more than enough): two patch pockets at chest with flap and button closure, two lower bellows patch pockets with flap and button closure, two interior patch pockets with button at hip, double welt pocket with zipper at wearer’s left chest.
Men’s even sizes: 36 through 48.
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