The warm weather opens up opportunities to rewrite the dress code. But summer blazers don't have to be seersucker to stand out. This season's best offerings reflect other timeless trends.
The warm weather opens up opportunities to rewrite the dress code. But summer blazers don't have to be seersucker to stand out. This season's best offerings reflect other timeless trends.

Menswear: Blazering New Trails

Summer Fashion
Summer Fashion
The warm weather opens up opportunities to rewrite the dress code. But summer blazers don't have to be seersucker to stand out. This season's best offerings reflect other timeless trends.
In Da Country Club
In Da Country Club
Pair this ­Salvatore ­Ferragamo windowpane jacket with a crisp shirt and jeans—and no socks. And a yacht, too, if you can. ($1,550)
The Euro
The Euro
This chic Theory jacket is an update of a classic look. It pairs ­effortlessly with a white button-down shirt, slim jeans, and dress shoes. ($475)
The Downtowner
The Downtowner
You can wear this classic buff cotton J.Crew jacket into the early fall. For a less official look, layer it with a henley, a hoodie, and a scarf. ($275)
Blues Brother
Blues Brother
Bold dressers should match this cotton L.B.M. 1911 solid blazer with seersucker shorts. For the rest of us, this versatile piece looks great over chinos. ($650)
Going Gray
Going Gray
This Band of Outsiders gray windowpane jacket looks great with jeans or lightweight gray trousers for a presentation that’s elegant but not stuffy. ($1,645)
The Summer Classic
The Summer Classic
This navy linen glen plaid Salvatore Ferragamo blazer is the perfect Friday jacket. And it looks ­equally ­debonair over jeans, slacks, or white pants. ($1,590)
Mr. Pink
Mr. Pink
This collegiate-­inspired Tommy Hilfiger jacket is grown-up enough to jibe with most office dress codes. Try it with a faint stripe button-down. ($325)
The Graham Greene
The Graham Greene
Neutrals should be a staple of any wardrobe. This linen Hickey Freeman jacket is perfect for a casual ­business lunch—or a ­weekend in Havana. ($295)