Blazer Sizing

Size Chest Waist Arm Length
36S 36" 29"-31" 31.5"-32.5"
38R 38" 30"-32" 33.5"-34.5"
40R 40" 32"-34" 34"-35"
40L 40" 32"-34" 35.5"-36.5"
42R 42" 32"-34" 34.5"-35.5"
42L 42" 32"-34" 36"-37"
44R 44" 34"-38" 35"-36"
44L 44"
34"-38"
36.5"-37.5"
46R 46" 34"-40"
35.5"-36.5"
46L 46"
34"-40"
37"-38"
48R 48" 36"-40" 36"-37"
48L 48" 36"-40" 37.5"-38.5"
Size Chest Waist Arm Length
36S 91 cm 74-79 cm 80-83 cm
38R 97 cm 76-81 cm 85-88 cm
40R 102 cm 81-86 cm 86-89 cm
40L 102 cm 81-86 cm 90-93 cm
42R 107 cm 81-86 cm 88-90 cm
42L 107 cm 81-86 cm 91-94 cm
44R 112 cm 86-97 cm 89-91 cm
44L 112 cm 86-97 cm 93-95 cm
46R 117 cm 86-102 cm 90-93 cm
46L 117 cm 86-102 cm 94-97 cm
48R 123 cm 91-102 cm 91-94 cm
48L 123 cm 91-102 cm 95-98 cm

Chest

Measure under your arms around the fullest part of your chest.

Arm Length

Bend your elbow around a 90 degree angle. Have someone hold measuring tape at the center back of your neck. Measure across your shoulder to your elbow and down to your wrist. The total length is your arm length.

Croquet Seersucker Blazer

Lightweight Cotton Jacket - $795

Croquet Seersucker Blazer

Lightweight Cotton Jacket $795

Notes

Japanese cotton jacket in traditional hand-loomed seersucker, woven just for us in our signature croquet colorway. 3-roll-2 silhouette. Three patch pockets.

Details

Handmade cloisonné buttonhole badge included. Quarter-inch topstitch "swelled seam" detail. Unlined back. Self-lined fronts. Brass buttons. Single button cuffs. Ventless. Dry clean.

Size & Fit

This jacket has a modern cut.
36 runs short; 38-40 run regular. 42-46 available regular or long.

Provenance

Our SS20 collection is inspired by ‘80s summer style and carefree summer days in New England and northern Italy.

“I was lucky - luckier than I realized at the time - to spend many summers as a young adult in Europe and New England. I spent a couple summers as a field archaeologist excavating an Etruscan temple in the countryside near Florence. On the weekends, I’d escape to Como with a few friends. We’d stay at a cheap hotel, spend the day floating on a little boat in the middle of the lake, and sit on a curb eating Neapolitan pizza out of a box at night. When I was on the national rowing team, I would spend the summer training on the Dartmouth campus in New Hampshire. It was idyllic. When we had a few days off, I would go to Nantucket with my girlfriend at the time. I remember it raining the whole time. We went to the beach anyway and ate Downyflake doughnuts from a soggy cardboard box. I guess I like eating out of boxes.” - Jack


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