Blazer is a vogue wear, a type of jacket, stimulating a coat. These are designed more casually, typically with metal studs. Blazers use durable materials and solid color fabrics and are thus often chosen as uniform garments like for airlines, schools and clubs. The designs of a blazer reflect its past link-up with boating clubs. Blazers are synced with variety of other clothing, starting from a shirt and a tie to a casual polo-tee. They style up with any color of trouser from neutral linen to white cotton.
The neoteric term 'blazer' came from the red 'blazers' of the Lady Margaret Boat Club, the rowing club at St. John's College, Cambridge. Though originated as menswear, blazers, by the end of 2000s gained popularity amongst women as well. Rolled up sleeves, various lapels and bright colors of blazers became their fashion statement thereafter.
In North America and United Kingdom, blazers are used as business casual and business informal wear and many find it suitable almost every time. Earlier blazers were worn in playing or attending traditional gentlemen's sports.