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Jul

It’s on sale: Lands’ End Canvas chino blazer — On sale now for $32 after using discount code CANVASDEALS with pin 8265, which drops 20% off all their on-sale items. I know menswear bloggers throw around terms like “essential” and “staple” a lot (guilty), but for those of you on the Ramen Noodle Budget who still might need a casual blazer, this could be a pretty good deal. Downside: they have surgeon cuffs. So, it’s probably worth talking with their customer service to see if it’s going to fit you. And on the upside Lands’ End has a very nice returns policy.

ADDING from onesandtwos:

Got numerous fit posts in the blue blazer, also if anyone needs measurements on the 38, hit me up. As and FYI, it seems the half lining could be cut out without major work after (it’s poly).

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    Too cheap to not give it a try
  7. prodigal-punk said: I bought the 42, but I’m a 40. It was good in the arms and chest, but too long in the arms. I’m selling it to my little brother and giving the 40 a shot because LE’s return policy is so damn good, why not? Hope removing the lining will help
  8. forreferenceonly said: I got burned with these. I wear 38S in anything made by european brands and 36S by brands like JCew. Whatever these guys offer in smallest size they sell was not really big on me, but was definitely long. And that, as you know is not really fixable.
  9. blacktiecasual reblogged this from thesilentist and added:
    I have the khaki version, and it’s nice, especially for this price. Has a casual, vaguely I-talian air about it. The...
  10. onesandtwos said: Got numerous fit posts in the blue blazer, also if anyone needs measurements on the 38, hit me up. As and FYI, it seems the half lining could be cut out without major work after (it’s poly).
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