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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJ View Post
    Trying a quick question - looking for a casual sport coat/blazer to wear to the office, however, my office is just me, I'm a therapist living in southern California so it needs to be quite casual and I would most likely take it off for sessions. No tie. Maybe something linen? Not sure about material but definitely light weight. TIA!
    This linen/cotton blend from J. Crew Factory is on my radar and may fit the bill. I dig the patch pockets.

    I have this one, and the construction and fabric seem to be the same (though this one has flap pockets), and it is nice and light.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJ View Post
    Trying a quick question - looking for a casual sport coat/blazer to wear to the office, however, my office is just me, I'm a therapist living in southern California so it needs to be quite casual and I would most likely take it off for sessions. No tie. Maybe something linen? Not sure about material but definitely light weight. TIA!
    I recommend a silk, cotton, linen blend because it wrinkles far less than pure linen. It should also be unlined and have a loose weave. This will require a bit of research and spending some money. Inexpensive blazers, even in lighter fabrics, don't account for temperature regulation in design and construction.

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    My brother has set an Off-White Dress code for his wedding this summer. Any suggestions for suits or blazers (off white blazer with white pants is ok)? I am slim 38R or M in most brands. Preferably not something too pricey since I dont expect to wear it a ton.

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    Thanks!

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    Thank you for your response. Are there any brands you would recommend? I feel like most J Crew jackest are going to be too small for me - 6' 3" 230

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJ View Post
    Thank you for your response. Are there any brands you would recommend? I feel like most J Crew jackest are going to be too small for me - 6' 3" 230
    I have this jacket in a different color. It's a bit spendy, but it stays cool in very hot weather, especially when combined with a leno weave dress shirt.

    http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/jacke...kets&from=home


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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJ View Post
    Thank you for your response. Are there any brands you would recommend? I feel like most J Crew jackest are going to be too small for me - 6' 3" 230
    What size jacket do you wear?
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    Is the stitching and "broguing" always lined up when it comes to AE? I just bought some strands and the stitching comes close to the edge (over the smaller holes) in some parts of the shoe. Not really noticeable or a deal breaker just wondering how common this is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMM.PWR View Post
    Is the stitching and "broguing" always lined up when it comes to AE? I just bought some strands and the stitching comes close to the edge (over the smaller holes) in some parts of the shoe. Not really noticeable or a deal breaker just wondering how common this is.
    If this was a pair of 2nds, I would not be concerned but if they are first quality, I would ask for another pair. The stitching should not interfere with any holes.

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