Smart Enough For The Office: Jersey Blazer

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  • Published on:
    February 4, 2019
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There are not many jobs that require strict dress codes, that is why dressing for work becomes more and more relaxed. Especially when you work in a creative area or as a freelancer.

One of our regular customers once said: “The single most important thing for me is to be comfortable at work”.When you have many things to handle throughout the day, the last thing you want to worry about is a too tight jacket or dress.

Although, all of our clients seem to have the same problem: how to be comfortable but still look office appropriate?

You certainly do not want to look like you don’t care and wear your baggy sweater to work. What is the solution if you want to look more put together? Find comfy, yet sharp work uniform that will keep that smile on your face throughout the day.

MEET THE JERSEY BLAZER

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Probably the most comfortable piece of clothing that you wore as a teenager was a baggy jersey with your favourite band’s print. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to wear something like that during your work week (and no, you don’t have to transfer to IT department). New FG ATELIER Jersey Blazer is a mix of 80’s era (that could remind your best school years) and the casual blazer that you probably already have in your closet.

This one is ideal for your capsule work wardrobe. It is comfy, yet looks very sharp wearing with a white shirt or a light silk blouse. Loose silhouette makes you feel super relaxed but still quite put together, in case you have an unplanned meeting with your boss or business partner.

STYLING TIPS

Use its deep V-form neckline to show a beautiful shirt beneath: be it a crisp white shirt or a brightly patterned blouse.

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