Almost Newtonian Blazer
Most people remember Sir Isaac Newton for discovering gravity.
He had a lot to do with color, too.
He discovered primary colors when he saw that when pure white light passes through a prism, it separates into all of the visible colors.
But even he hadn’t discovered lavender, though it was the color he admired most in his garden.
It took until 1930 when lavender was made an official color.
So someone could officially say, “I love this color.” When it was combined with denim is not exactly known.
Although I’m sure you might admit the combination is dazzling.
Almost Newtonian Blazer (No. 3233) in 98% cotton with just enough spandex that keeps you crisp. But may wilt others in the vicinity.
Stand-up collar. Buttoned-down lapels. Keep the stand-up collar standing for a little more, well, more. Two angled flap pockets. Princess seams for shaping. Taped seam finishes. Satin piping and shoulder shaping. Contrasting off-white topstitching shapes everything else. Detail work in back. I’m glad you noticed.
You probably weren’t expecting to have a lavender blazer in denim. But nice thing is, no one else will expect it either. Imported.
- Fabric Content: 98% Cotton 2 % Spandex
- Care Instructions: Wash garment before wearing. Machine wash cold with similar colors. Do not bleach. Lay flat to dry.
|XXS||0||32||24 1/2||34 1/2|
|XS||2||33||25 1/2||35 1/2|
|4||34||26 1/2||36 1/2|
|SML||6||35||27 1/2||37 1/2|
|8||36||28 1/2||38 1/2|
|MED||10||37||29 1/2||39 1/2|
|LG||14||40||32 1/2||42 1/2|