There’s nothing like a blazer to add the finishing touch to just about every outfit – throw it casually over a pair of jeans and tee to manifest the epitome of easy chic or dress it up with matching trousers to make yourself a swoonworthy DIY suit! Richmond has it all – classic blazer styling is coupled with a relaxed, long-line silhouette to bring it bang up-to-date and make it incredibly easy to wear. Never made a jacket before? No problem, detailed, fully illustrated instructions will walk you through every step and you’ll be a jacket-making whiz in no time at all!
– traditional notched lapels
– a full lining – pair a plain outer fabric with a bold patterned interior!
– two-piece sleeves
– double welt pockets with flaps!
Skill level: intermediate
Richmond is suitable for medium-weight fabrics such as lightweight wools, corduroy, velvet, crepe and linen.
Light to medium-weight interfacing (depending on the body of your fabric) – see Fabric Requirements chart
1 x 25mm / 1-inch button
** The pale pink crepe Richmond Blazer is worn with matching Portobello Trousers and a hacked Kew Dress crop-top.