Holland & Sherry : Mesh Blazers

c722b902-bd30-4f7e-8796-03e39840f34a.jpg
IMG_8783.JPG
IMG_8784.JPG
IMG_8786.JPG
c722b902-bd30-4f7e-8796-03e39840f34a.jpg
IMG_8783.JPG
IMG_8784.JPG
IMG_8786.JPG
sale

Holland & Sherry : Mesh Blazers

from 11,000.00

HS 1730 Various Weights

Composition: Various quality (100% Wool or 99% Super 100’s Worsted 1% Cashmere)

Browse

Bespoke Garment:
Quantity:
Add To Cart

There are many tales about the origin of the term "blazer Some say it was first introduced in 1837, taking its name from the frigate HMS Blazer others claim it was named because of the "blazing" red coloured jackets worn by members of the Lady Margaret boat club. Whichever tale is true it is a name that has become synonymous for the standalone jacket worn with trousers of a contrasting colour and typifies sartorial elegance the world over. 

Over the years the blazer has evolved and has taken on many colours and striped designs. It is often associated with a college, the military or a sporting club, but has also had a major impact on trending fashions since the 1960's. 

The styling of the blazer can be double or single breasted, striped or solid in colour, with the breast pocket and distinctive buttons displaying a crest, naval or military theme. 

Traditionally the blazer was made from a wool serge, hopsack, worsted or woollen flannel but today we also have the mesh. In contrast a mesh fabric offers a relaxed and less structured look. A mesh garment is quite often unlined allowing the body to breathe and stay cool in warmer climates. 

The blazer is an iconic garment that never goes out of style. It is a timeless classic that can instantly change any look from casual to smart. It is considered to be the most versatile garment of any wardrobe. 

Our Mesh Blazers collection encompasses the traditional shades of navy, black and the brighter blues in the traditional serge, hopsack and flannel constructions but also offers a wide range of coloured mes fabrics a more versatile summer look.