Of course, the navy velvet version swung right along with it...
Annnd, since the Cailey cord blazer of the same hue hadn't yet left the wax gate, I find myself with a navy blue moon on my hands. And, ya know what they say about full moons; makes
Kindness of Kelly Market Kelly for giving the Crew schoolboy blazer her good taste seal of approval. Considering my soon-to-be proximity to Yale, it may be a good idea to step up my collegiate look. When in
Whether one lives near Yale or Podunkville U, a navy blazer is one of life's necessities!ReplyDelete
I've never been a huge fan of corduroy or velvet blazers for myself, but all three of these are great. The classic schoolboy blazer is, well, a classic.ReplyDelete
love all three of these. my old-school RL one with gold lettering on front pocket is one of my prized possesions ;)ReplyDelete
Excuse me, velvet? I think I must have! Unfortunately I'll be "counting down the days" a tad bit longer here in Hotlanta. Until then I'll live through your Yale proximity :)ReplyDelete
I revamped mine with some monogrammed brass buttons my husband had lying around. (Almost) can't wait for fall.ReplyDelete
If you haven't already - get thee to http://www.chanceco.com/products/boatneck and buy the stripey boatneck. Perfect shirt!
clearly we have been fawning over the same Jcrew catalog. I have the jacket, and I am in love with it. I have been eyeing the one in wool for colder days...ahhhReplyDelete
I love blazers, but have always shied away from sporting one myself. I would love to see how you pull it off!ReplyDelete
You may want to check the reviews on JCrew AficionadaReplyDelete
as a number of commenters feel the quality of the wool schoolboy is lacking this year.
There is a very cute one on sale at EmersonMade!
I was salivating over the classic navy one at the Crew today. Definitely a must have!ReplyDelete