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The Difference Between a Blazer, a Suit Jacket and a Sportcoat

The Difference Between a Blazer, a Suit Jacket and a Sportcoat
Most of us are usually unaware of the basic difference between 3 of the most essential outerwear for gentlemen i-e (Blazers, Suit Jacket and Sport Coat). Here’s a guide on basic differentials between the three.
The Blazer:
Blazer, Casual Jacket, Jacket
  • Trademark for the members of the boating clubs.
  • Can be pulled off with a jeans, hard to carry with brass bottoms
  • Traditionally has brass/metal buttons, but that’s obviously not always the case now.
  • Looks best in solid colors, almost always navy.
  • Wool blazers always adds a traditional value.
  • Lies in between Sport coat which is more casual and Suit jacket which is formal.

The Sport coat:
Sportcoat, Sports jacket
  • Usually an outerwear to carry with suits.
  • Sometimes, people tend to use the term blazers when referring to Sport coats(traditionalists hate this, since most of the people think it's not a big deal)
  • Fabrics are usually cotton or linen
  • More casual in nature than blazer
  • Originally worn at sport events or activities (hunting, shooting etc.

Suit Jacket, Suits, Jacket
  • A mismatched combination with jeans.
  • Buttons are usually made of horn or plastic
  • Fabrics are usually more finer and smoother than sport coats
  • Looks best with matching trousers.
  • More constructed in nature (Shoulder, canvas, pads etc)
If a jacket doesn’t have a matching pants, it is safe to term that as blazer or sport coat. If it has matching pants then it will definitely be termed as suit jacket. Whereas, if it's not navy in color or has gold buttons, then it's a blazer.
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How To: The Three Stair Pocket Square

How To: The Three Stair Pocket Square

Pocket Square, Three stair pocket square


Pockets Squares have now become an elite fashion status for Grown men. It holds the pedigree to embark the style which is classic and sophisticated at the same time. There are different ways through which a person can carry a pocket square. Whereas, The Three Stair Pocket is by far the most unique and difficult way to carry a pocket square.

Following are the 8 easy steps to make a perfect "Three Stair Pocket Square" 

Lay the pocket square flat in front of you in a diamond shape.
Fold the top peak under and smooth the shape keeping the top edge sharp.
Take a section one and a half inches down from the top edge. Using your pointing finger and thumb the up creating a crease that lies about half an inch from top edge.
Keeping the previous fold in place using your index fingers create another fold using your pointing finger and thumb. This edge should be folded up so it is the same distance from the previous fold as the previous fold is from the top edge. This should leave you with three even steps.
Flatten and smooth shape.
Flip pocket square over and flatten and smooth.
Fold the bottom underneath and tidy shape checking balance and neatness.
Fold left and right points under to create the sides of the shape. How much you fold should be dictated by how big your pocket is.
Place in outer jacket pocket.
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