After the success of his formal, tailored clothes (including his iconic chalkstripe suits and tweed jackets), Alexander Kraft has turned his attention to more informal dressing options and created a line of supremely elegant yet totally comfortable sportswear. One of the key pieces of this new line: The Deconstructed Women’s Tennis Blazer in navy cotton. Inspired by the tennis outfits from the 1920s–1940s and such legends of sporty elegance as Fred Perry and Gottfried von Cramm, Alexander Kraft has designed a blazer that is equally at home on the sofa, on the sports track or on a plane. This truly unique blazer has the feel and comfort of a much-loved sweatshirt thanks to a completely deconstructed production without any lining or stiff elements. However, due to very nuanced, skilful cut, it creates at the same time a highly elegant silhouette: It has never been easier to chill in total comfort but yet in supreme style! It features an intricate, elegant embroidery of the aristocratic Alexander Kraft Monte Carlo logo on the breast pocket. In addition, sartorial details such as working button holes and a contrasting under collar felt (that matches the colour of the embroidery) provide highly elegant touches for the sartorial connoisseur. It is made from 100% pure cotton, completely unlined and incredibly hard-wearing and versatile. It can be dressed up with cream trousers or a skirt and a shirt for a more sophisticated look, or dressed down with jeans, shorts or the sartorial sweatpants for a completely casual look with a dash of elegance. Completely “Made in Italy” in a sartorial workshop, this jacket may be the most comfortable yet most elegant leisure garment to be found anywhere.
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