Men's Ripley Blazer
Men’s wool flannel blazer featuring a 3-roll-2 silhouette, three patch pockets, quarter-inch topstitch "swelled seam" finishing, and cross-stitched Latin cri-de-guerre embroidered under the lapel. Cut to the original 1852 blazer pattern and named for one of fiction's most notorious blazer-wearers, Tom Ripley.
Handmade cloisonné buttonhole badge included. 3-roll-2 silhouette. Three patch pockets. Quarter-inch topstitch swelled seam finishing. Unlined interior. Rowing Blazers house buttons in brass. Working cuff buttons. Cross-stitched Latin motto AVT VIAM INVENIAM AVT FACIAM ("I shall either find a way, or make one")under lapel.100% year-round wool flannel. Made in Portugal.
Care instructions: Dry clean only.
This blazer has a modern cut. 36 runs short.
Stanford is 6’1” and is wearing a 38R.
“I wanted to create the perfect navy blazer; the blazer I always wanted, and the blazer every man deserves to have. This is our most understated blazer, but it still reflects our aesthetic and character - and features hidden details like a cross-stitched Latin cri-de-guerre ("I shall either find a way, or make one") under the lapel. The three-roll-two silhouette, high lapels, year-round flannel fabric: these are qualities a proper blazer is supposed to have. Many have forgotten, but we shall remind them!”