8 Non-Boring Blue Blazers

You already have a navy blazer in your closet—you, and every other guy. Next time life calls on you to slap on a blue blazer, stand out from the crowd. Life's too short to be boring.

Cobalt dinner jacket with black foil design paired with gray vest and black bowtie photo

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Tallia Orange Men's Slim-Fit Abstract Dinner Jacket

This flashy number from Tallia Orange is quite the firecracker. You can dress it up more traditionally (as pictured) or pair it with a perfect pair of jeans and crisp, white dress shirt, sans tie, for a more modern take. Either way, you'll make sure you're the loudest man in the room, even if you don't say a word. ($350; macys.com)

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Navy Italian blazer with military pockets on top and bottom photo

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Dsquared2 Blazer

Crafted in Italy with fine Italian wool and a bit of stretch, this jacket has a presence all of its own. It's the classic military detailing and rich navy color that make this jacket work with just about anything a less enthusiastic navy jacket may be lost on. Sub this in when you would normally go for your normal blue blazer, and you'll have instantly increased your style level without stepping foot out of your comfort zone. ($950; yoox.com)

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Navy blazer made of cotton-blend from Zachary Prell photo

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Zachary Prell Knit Blazer

If a blazer feels like your favorite sweatshirt, is it really a blazer? This cotton-blend blazer is the perfect go-to guy for your next casual Friday, a relaxed evening out, or a travel day where you still want to look as good at arrivals as you do at departures. Pair it with a white t-shirt and jeans and push up the sleeves, and we guarantee you'll get compliments on how effortlessly cool your look is. ($398; nordstrom.com)

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Indigo blazer with a low front button from Brunello Cucinelli photo

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Brunello Cucinelli Three-Button Travel Blazer

If you're traveling in Brunello Cucinelli, you're traveling in style, even if you're stuck in coach. This travel blazer from the Italian luxury powerhouse is deconstructed, half-lined, and lightweight, making it the best travel buddy around. Naturally resistant to wrinkles, the wool also breathes freely and repeals odors. Where else is better to dress to impress than on the airplane? You never know who you'll end up next to—so you better make a good first impression. ($2,495; bergdorfgoodman.com)

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Blue velvet blazer with two buttons from Vince photo

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Vince Velvet Slim-Fit Blazer

Velvet is a fabric many men don't dare approach. Well, forget what you know about this thick, luxe fabric. Real men can wear velvet—it's really only fancy cotton after all. Now that you know that, what makes this even easier to wear are the relaxed style of the patch pockets, which take what can normally be a stuffy fabric and bring it down to earth. ($695; bloomindgales.com)

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Blue Jacquared fabric blazer from Moods of Norway photo

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Moods Of Norway Camo Tonning Slim Jacket

Wearing this as a full suit is...a lot. Wearing this jacket on it's own, however, is just right. Don't be afraid of a Jacquard fabric—especially for a special occasion. This is what folks in the fashion business call "fancy camo." In other words, you get the camo cool without the military mien. Wear it with jeans or even your best black tux pants. Camo is all about blending in, and this blazer blends into your wardrobe effortlessly. ($699; moodsofnorway.com)

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Blue blazer with black piping and embroidered snakes, daggers, and flies from Gucci photo

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Gucci Slim-Fit Embroidered Wool/Mohair Twill Jacket

A lot of what happens at Gucci may be may be too much for the less fashion-minded, but this jacket strikes a perfect balance between the runway and the sidewalk. A wool-and-mohair blend gives it a little more functionality than a lot of its straight-wool counterparts, something you need when you are wearing embroidered snakes, daggers, and flies. The navy base grounds it in reality. ($3,255; mrporter.com)

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Indigo blazer made of silk from Hugo Boss photo

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Hugo Boss Artins Splat-Print Silk Blazer

The dinner jacket meets the casual blazer with this interesting, abstract, silk number from Hugo Boss. Men are looking for reasons to wear more interesting versions of their boring blue blazer. We don't consider wearing a silk dinner jacket-blazer a challenge; we consider it a dare. And one we are more and more excited to take, at that. ($695; saksfifthavenue.com)

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