Simple Facts About Burgundy Velvet Blazer Explained

Burgundy Velvet Blazer Mens USA

Talk of texture has become almost inevitable this season, and rightly so considering how important it is in building an excellent look with character.

2015 spring collection Burgundy Velvet Blazer Pictures:

How to wear Velvet Blazer? Casual

Look One: Velvet Blazer and Denim jeans

Marrying denim jeans with a burgundy velvet blazer has been described as a fashion cliché, but cants only exist because they are correct. A best burgundy velvet blazer with a well-fitting pair of slim jeans creates a solid contrast of textures; looks comfortable but not sloppy, and creates the desired slim line silhouette.

 

Look Two: Chambray and Chinos

Every man should own at least one chambray shirt. It is, after all, the typical off-duty and weekend button up. For this look, sit the shirt next to a pair of chinos another definitive essential and layer a neutral colored velvet blazer over the top.

How to wear Velvet Blazer? Smart

Look Three: Party Season

A burgundy velvet jacket layered over a roll-neck jumper brings about flair in abundance. A pair of off-white trousers both the blue and burgundy velvet blazer and these dress loafers go great with the running theme of flashiness.

Look Four: The Office

As the economy looks set to stay in the dumps, make sure you look indispensable this autumn or winter by donning a blue velvet blazer with your work attire.

Sticking with the key burgundy and black color combination, layer your colorful blazer over a white shirt, black fine knit V-neck and a bow tie. Slim fit trousers and classic black shoes keep it office-look.

Conclusion:

The Burgundy velvet blazer is just as versatile as a standard equivalent, meaning it should not be confined to the party season or the boardroom but should be let out to play on the weekends and on night party too. If you want to purchase these types of blazer then just see the Men’s USA.

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