Women's Blazer Sizing
|XS||82.5 - 85 cm||64 - 66 cm||77 - 78 cm|
|S||87.5 - 90 cm||68.5 - 71 cm||78.5 - 81 cm|
|M||92.5 - 95 cm||73.5 - 76 cm||81 cm|
|L||99 - 103 cm||80 - 84 cm||82 - 84 cm|
|XL||104 - 107 cm||86 - 88 cm||85 cm|
Measure under your arms around the fullest part of your chest.
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.
Women's Navy Stripe BlazerWool Blazer - $295
Women's Navy Stripe BlazerWool Blazer $295
Navy blazer with Baltic blue and cream stripes. Handmade in New York. 75% wool 25% cotton flannel from Scotland. 3-roll-2 silhouette. Three patch pockets.
Handmade cloisonné buttonhole badge included. Cross-stitched Latin motto TERRA MARIQVE under lapel. Rowing Blazers house button in brass, made in Connecticut. Unlined back. Self-lined fronts. Single button cuffs. Ventless. Props not included.
Size & Fit
This blazer is moderately fitted and runs a little more snugly than most of our other blazers because of the hefty material. 0-2 should order XS; 4-6 should order S; 8-10 should order M; 12-14 should order L; 16-18 should order XL.
"I wanted to create an authentic, striped rowing blazer that was also eminently wearable. I also wanted to incorporate the color of the club with which I won Henley Royal Regatta in 2013: Baltic blue. As luck would have it, the shade looks brilliant with navy and cream. In the course of creating my book and accumulating my collection of vintage blazers, I realized there are certain ratios that look best when it comes to the width of the stripes. I think we got it just right on this one. We worked with a very historic mill in Scotland to produce the pattern in a heavyweight wool-cotton flannel. Under the lapel is the Latin phrase TERRA MARIQVE, “On land and sea,” a reference to the origins of the blazer as a practical jacket to be worn in rowing boats while training and racing, and its rapid adoption for use on terra firma, where, by the mid-19th century it was already a staple of the gentleman’s wardrobe." - Jack