A light jacket, usually of wool or silk and of a bright color, for wear at tennis, cricket, or other sport.
A hip-length single or double-breasted buttoned jacket with collar and lapels. A classic blazer has golden buttons and attached pockets.
Light weight, loose fitting sports jacket, often striped or worn as part of a uniform. Usually worn below the hip. examples
lightweight single-breasted jacket; often striped in the colors of a club or school
a kind of single breasted coat , closely related to a suit jacket
a long sleeved lightweight jacket having lapels
a specific kind of sports Jacket with a distinctive history
a type of double breasted jacket, like that of a suit except in that it has patch pockets with no flaps and usually, metal shank buttons
A long-sleeved sports jacket with lapels.
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A single- or double- breasted sports jacket with a notched collar that has become a staple of every man's wardrobe and a favorite dressing option for women as well. One story places the origin of this garment at Queen Victoria's coronation. Horrified by the prospect of appearing at the ceremony with his rag-tag sailors, an English captain made a set of navy serge jackets with brass buttons on the sleeves for his crew. The queen was so taken with the jackets; she named them after the captain's ship--the H.M.S. Blazer.
a sports jacket often notched collar and patched pockets lind erm used in conjunction with load or lot. Blind lots are not manifested. Usually, when buying "blind" lots/loads you will be given a general idea of contents, but it will not be a guarantee. It is common for many large retail stores to sell closeouts "blind" simply because a detailed inventory of contents takes time and ends up costing more per item when purchasing.(definition provided by Robert Cyr at RLC Trading)