I wanted women to have the same basic wardrobe as a man. Blazer, trousers, and suit. They're so functional. I believed women wanted this and was right.
In burgundy, a well-cut and properly tailored velvet blazer looks dashing with gray flannels and a cashmere sweater or a sleek, solid velvet tie.
I dressed more like a pop star, I suppose, rather than the traditional blazer and tall trousers other players went for.
Loose, breathable fabrics are great... choose brands that have soft blazers such as loose linen or cotton - it doesn't have to be a structured blazer with shoulder pads.
Vince McMahon said alright, we're going to call you the Blue Blazer.
I love a modern suit paired with a polo or cotton T-shirt... and then paired with leather sneakers, or cashmere joggers with a tailored blazer and a sleeveless puffer vest to get the ultimate informal and formal combination.
The combination of a blazer over any T-shirt with a pair of jeans is foolproof.
When I turned 16 and got my license, the Chevy Blazer was passed down from my sister, so it was very much a starter car.
In its heyday, the blazer had come to symbolise a kind of conventional decency. Yacht club commodores and school bursars wore blazers. People who played bowls wore blazers.
Years ago, I met once a week, 9 A.M. sharp, with a therapist whom I will call Dr. Mason. We would settle in well-worn chairs, Dr. Mason, a slender, balding middle-ager in blazer and striped tie, and me, an anxious academic in Levi's and tweeds.