The most recent pieces from the sublime Scandinavians at Norse Projects are two perfectly weighted blazers for the Summer.
It’s not often that a piece of clothing (especially a blazer) makes me want to change my attire into something much more proper, but these two beauties make me think it’s possible. Norse Projects have it on lockdown, whether you want to go street or smart, the Danes have it covered. I believe they are one of the most consistent brands around today, delivering flawlessly.
First is the Agder blazer, crafted from chambray cotton. Adorned on the lightweight jacket is a set of three buttons, combined with a solitary chest pocket and two lower front pockets. A blazer that looks like it can be suited or worn very casually, its spot on for the Summer.
The Aardal shirt blazer is more of a classic cut and something that’s a bit more of a widespread fit that we see today amongst Norse’s peers, but nonetheless a lovely piece of tailoring. It’s also more of a button up job than the Agder blazer, due to its four button construction. It features two front button flap pockets and is constructed from a tough cotton twill, again adapted for the summer months ahead.
Norse Projects are upholding their top spot amongst streetwear and menswear aficionados. They continue to maintain smartness and formality with the utmost quality of fabrics and cottons, as well as highly practical designs, and I’d go as far as saying that they’re not far off perfection.