Hackett Blue Slim-Fit Double-Breasted Cotton and Wool-Blend Hopsack Blazer
From Mr Fred Astaire to Mr Cary Grant, the double-breasted blazer has had some distinguished admirers over the years. This navy design from Hackett is tailored from soft cotton and wool-blend hopsack that's mostly unlined for lightness. The sharp peak lapels and double buttons create the illusion of broader shoulders while slimming your midsection. Champion the brand's preppy look with an Oxford shirt and beige chinos. Shown here with Canali shirt, Paul Smith suit trousers, O'Keeffe shoes. - - Navy cotton and wool-blend hopsack- Peak lapels, felted undercollar, functioning buttoned cuffs, chest welt pocket, two front patch pockets, double vent, four internal pockets, partially lined- Double-breasted button fastenings- 56% cotton, 44% wool; lining1: 100% rayon; lining2: 100% cupro- Dry clean- Imported
Up To 60% OffHackett woven blazer - men - Silk/Cotton/Linen/Flax/viscose - 48
Grey wool woven blazer from Hackett.
Hackett Blue Mayfair Slim-Fit Checked Wool and Cotton-Blend Blazer
Hackett 's wool and cotton-blend 'Mayfair' blazer is woven using tonal-blue yarns that create a subtle checked pattern - it's distinctive but won't define your overall look. Tailored for a slim fit, this piece has a butterfly lining that allows for that bit more flexibility when worn over shirts and sweaters, as well as lightly structured shoulders and notch lapels. Shown here with Burberry jeans, Massimo Alba shirt, Grenson boots, J.Crew belt, Prada pocket square. - - Navy and blue wool and cotton-blend- Notch lapels, functioning buttoned cuffs, chest welt pocket, two front flap pockets, double vent, three internal pockets, partially lined- Two button fastening- 52% wool, 48% cotton; lining1: 53% cotton, 47% cupro; lining2: 100% cupro- Dry clean- Imported
Up To 60% OffHackett patch pockets knitted blazer - men - Cotton - XL
Brown cotton patch pockets knitted blazer from Hackett.
Up To 60% OffHackett classic blazer - men - Cotton/Viscose - 52
Navy cotton classic blazer from Hackett.