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Casual Holiday Festivities Complete with a Blazer !!

November 18th, 2013

The average holiday season is filled with family gatherings, office parties and plenty of visiting with friends. Not every event requires you to wear something formal or something in the traditional holiday colors. If you are looking for a more relaxed look this year Michael Sahi has something in mind that will allow you to be festive, stylish and well put together.


This blazer is a perfect piece to incorporate into your holiday that offers versatility in the wear.  The brown herringbone wool blend fabric is great for the winter months because it is durable enough to withstand the harsh winter weather but the lightweight fabric is perfect for layering. Stepping away from tradition, it is distinctive without taking too big of step. A feature to take note of is the patchwork pockets which are a great accent piece that come in a range of sizes and shapes.  This pocket adds a distinctive detail and helps to streamline your garment keeping you looking well dressed but not over-dressed.


Often we have blogged that velvet is the go to fabric for the season, but this year let’s keep in mind that it doesn’t always have to be worn in the traditional way.  What makes this blazer festive is the chocolate velvet peak lapel collar; the elegant feature detail doesn’t limit you, instead the subtle accent transforms this blazer from basic to classy. Now, you can go from work to the office holiday festivities and even your religious ceremonies without concern of being properly dressed.  The added pocket trim in velvet is also decorative element and with the perfect pocket square it will really make your outfit pop.


We are always looking to incorporate pieces into our wardrobe that allows us to change up our look from time to time.  For more ideas of how to mix this look with what currently in your closet contact Michael Sahi, your fashion stylist.



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