8 of the Best Relaxed Men’s Blazers for Summer

When it comes to classing things up a touch for your summer wardrobe, you’ll find few better apparel choices than that of a relaxed looking blazer which is versatile enough to be worn for occasions both formal and casual. There is a great selection of relaxed blazers for men on the digital shelves of Huckberry to suit every budget and style persuasion.

You can check out our pick of 8 of the best relaxed men’s blazers for summer below. Have your wallets at the ready:

Relwen Flex Field Blazer – $328

Relwen are responsible for some of our favourite apparel here at Coolector HQ and this awesome looking Flex Field Blazer ($328) is a prime example of why we’ve got such a strong affinity for their gear. This dapper looking number from Relwen crafted from a premium, lightweight twill that’s great for three-season wearing and boasts a built-in stretch for a comfortable, complete range of motion. It has a full four-butbody ton placket closure with throat tab closure alongside a hidden interior chest pocket with zipper closure for valuables and EDC essentials. ($328)


Taylor Stitch Everyday Blazer – $348

Taylor Stitch know what they’re doing when it comes to effortlessly classy menswear and you’ll see that for yourself if you get your hands on this Everyday Blazer ($348) which is available exclusively with Huckberry. It is crafted from year-round suiting wool and the knitted construction adds depth and texture to the fabric for an effortlessly comfortable fit. It has three exterior patch pockets and an interior welt pocket sized to fit a cell phone. This stylish and versatile blazer from Taylor Stitch has chambray-wrapped seams on inside placket, hem, and centre back vent and boasts a tailored, casual fit with high armhole and modern jacket length. ($348)


Suit Four Jacket Blazer – $160

Casual as they come but devilishly dapper at the same time, it’s hard not to love the laid back vibes of this Suit Four Jacket Blazer ($160). It is a reliable lightweight offering for warmer weather and boasts a technical craftsmanship that makes it ideally suited for an active, urban lifestyle. With modern designs that never forget the classic style they were born from, Suit takes an uncompromising approach to detail, and craft pieces that will become reliable staples in your wardrobe. This ace looking blazer is inspired by the classic workwear jacket but with its impeccable tailoring and a premium, soft material, no one will raise an eyebrow if you wear it a classy bar or restaurant. ($160)


Proof Field Travel Blazer – $117

Versatility and functionality is the order of the day with this first class Proof Field Travel Blazer ($117) which is an exclusive capsule collection made in collaboration with Men’s Health. It is a comfortable stretch blazer, which is great for a fast-paced, travel-packed lifestyle as it is made from a wrinkle-resistant technical Japanese fabric (topped off with another wrinkle-resistant finish) which will keep you looking sharp after daily commutes and long-haul travel. It has a secret zip-pocket in right-hand pocket with a YKK staydown zipper and covert internal chest pocket for valuable documents and EDC. ($117)


Flint & Tinder Wayfarer Wool Blazer – $164

Made in the USA and overflowing with quality features and materials, we’re loving the Flint & Tinder Wayfarer Wool Blazer ($164) here at Coolector HQ. It is a modern, unstructured two-button blazer which is incredibly versatile, stylish, and comfortable – a real triple threat. Crafted from a breathable, robust Japanese wool-blend fabric that’s brushed for softness and as comfortable as they come, this blazer has a notch lapel, single rear vent, functional four-button cuffs, half-lined back. Top-notch American construction you can depend on year after year makes this not just an investment in your style and your wardrobe, but also an investment in American workers. ($164)


Grayers Newport Stretch 3 Button Blazer – $147

Laid back vibes aplenty with this Grayers Newport Stretch 3 Button Blazer ($147) that will score you style points aplenty as we head into summer. This supremely versatile mid-weight blazer from Grayers is unconstructed for a casual look and the enzyme washed material has a soft handfeel. It boasts a classic three-button closure and notched lapel which does a great job of adding a touch of sophistication to the casual look. It comes with two drop-in pockets to keep your hands warm or stash small gear and a left chest pocket which is ideally suited to your minimalist wallet. ($147)


Vetra Broken Twill Blazer – $136

Another casually cool and wonderfully functional piece of lightweight outerwear with this awesome looking Vetra Broken Twill Blazer ($136). It boasts a midweight, casual blazer design with traditional three-button construction and lapel collar and the durable, twill construction is made to withstand hard use. The stripped down design allows for a casual or formal wear and adds an extra layer of versatility to your summer wardrobe rotation. The simple cotton and elastane blend delivers just a hint of stretch for easy mobility and this blazer has one chest drop-in pocket for pocket square or sunglasses and an internal chest pocket for stashing valuables or smaller items. ($136)


Adam Mar Eshubu Cord Chore Blazer – $207

Want to find the ideal piece that straddles the line between chore jacket and blazer? You’ve just find it with this fantastically dapper Eshubu Cord Chore Blazer from Adam Mar ($207). Another Huckberry exclusive, this devilishly classy offering is the ideal everyday coat that can be dressed up or down and the entirely corduroy construction is hardy yet comfortable. It has four overlapping hand pockets which provide first class functionality with a touch of style and boasts a specific look that perfectly walks the line between formal and casual. ($207)


Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.