Your Jacket, Sir

Dragonfly Mixes Blazer With Sweatshirt

You love your hoodie. And why wouldn't you? It's the adult male version of the blankie.

It's there for you when you're sick, when you're hung over, and when you just can't stomach putting on another bleached-out, collar-stay-infested oxford. Problem is, you can't wear it every day (really, you can't), you can't wear it to Jean Georges, and it's certainly not the best you can do on a first date.

Well, Edward Dada feels your pain, and his newest part-hoodie part-blazer creation for his rock-inspired clothing line, Dragonfly, lets you bum around in style. You may have snuck your hoodie under a blazer before, but Dragonfly actually sews a soft, worn-in hoodie into the lining of their blazers. The best-of-both-worlds creation comes in three different jacket styles: corduroy, pinstripe and velvet (with embroidered designs).

So, whether you're looking for an excuse to throw a little comfort into the more presentable side of your wardrobe, or want to exact revenge on the maitre d' who forced you into that oversized "sport coat" they keep around, the Dragonfly blazer hits the spot.

Take that, Pierre.


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