How to Style: Our T-shirts Under Blazers

Isobel Ridley

Posted on June 23 2022

The Classic Blazer

Blazers are reminiscent of countryside, Royal Family-esque tweed numbers. If you’re going for the classic look, the textured detailing of our white linen t-shirt will compliment a checked blazer just perfectly. Ideal paired with black trousers, white trainers and your checked blazer of choice; the bright white linen tee will break up the pattern for a polished and professional look.

The Bright Blazer

For those who like something a bit more colourful, our super-soft black mock neck will contrast beautifully with a bright-hued blazer. The perfect top for dressing up or down, add smart white trousers to your mock neck and blazer combination for work, or swap out for jeans for an everyday look.

The Monochrome Blazer

Gingham is the perfect summer pattern, made ten times better with the addition of our range of versatile coloured linen t-shirts. The detailed stitching on the neckline of our the linen t-shirt works as an accessory to smarten up an otherwise casual piece, and paired with black tailored shorts and your monochrome blazer of choice makes a smart-casual outfit suitable for a multitude of occasions.

The 70’s Blazer

Our ultra-flattering collared linen top is a blazer’s best friend - particularly disco-era style, with the collar worn over the blazer lapels. The luxurious texture of the white collared top will pop beautifully alongside coffee tones - style with flared jeans to complete this contemporary take on a seventies ensemble with bold silhouettes in pared back, earthy colours.

The Neutral Blazer

For lovers of neutral tones, a cream blazer is a classic and is elevated by the incorporation of our elegant boat neck tee. Ever-versatile, the boat neck is reversible - so you can go with whichever neckline you fancy that day! Pair the white boat neck with your natural blazer and light shorts for a mismatched, smart casual take on a shorts-suit; with the deep neckline adding an ultra-feminine touch.

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