The Getup: Business Casual Networking Business casual can be tricky, khakis with no jacket can make you look like an intern, but with a blazer can be overdressed By choosing this light-colored linen blazer we strike a nice balance.18 August,2014By Andrew Snavely Andrew Snavely Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page. On Instagram: @andrewsnavely and @primermagazine. Business CasualProfessional StyleSmart CasualStyleThe Getup Previous articleSix Splurges Every Bachelor Should Make When He Can Afford To Next articleThe Racetrack Vacation: A Weekend at the Cadillac V-Series Academy at the Spring Mountain Motor Resort & Country Club Horcrux Love this. Ryan This is a great look! I really need to invest in a nice blazer. Steve For the price of those BR shoes (which aren’t worth the cost), you could buy some Cole Haan shoes. While not on the same level as Allen Edmonds or To Boot NY, the Cole Haan’s will have a significantly longer life than the BR ones. Jeremy David Thanks for the info. I’m new to spending more than $30 on shoes so this helps lol Jose L. Another great look from Andrew. Keep up the good work. Anonymous “Khakis with no jacket can make you look like an intern” oops did this all summer… at my internship… http://www.iamchris.ca/ Chris Jones I love this. Everything about this. I’m going to pass this around to all the IT guys I work with, too. Thank you! http://www.iamchris.ca/ Chris Jones I wish the blazer was available in my size 🙁 Eric Grayson Hey Chris, I’m a junior in college working on my bachelors in IT. could you tell me the ups and down’s of your job, maybe some tips for getting a job after im done with my education. Oldfuture A nice balanced look: Joe H I have to second Steve’s comment. The quality of BR’s shoes really doesn’t justify the price. They always “look” great, but up close the quality of the soles and the leather of the upper can be topped by DSW or Nordstrom Rack, in particular, DSW’s house brand, Mercanti Fiorentini. You can easily find leather-soled, decent quality dress shoes at either of these places for the same price. Capernicus That blazer is so chopped it’s ridiculous. And I second what has already been said about those shoes. You could almost get Allen Edmond’s 2nd quality shoes right now till Labor Day for that price. Brandon H&M slim fit blazers seem to fit pretty well, or at least for me. Recently they had a sale where they marked down blazers to $30 and had a 50% off every on sale item deal. I got a blazer a lot like that one for $15 and I only had to have the sleeve length worked on. The quality isn’t amazing, but at $15 it’s literally unbeatable. It’s definitely smart to check by their website for deals like that occasionally. Pingback: Office dress: dressing for success, dressing for stress? (Spotlight). - 2014 Homecoming Dresses() Jeremy David I don’t ususally have an occasion to wear a blazer but this ensemble is great and makes me want to “create” an occassion. This is well put together with a great sleek look. Love it. Boom Anyone knows the watch model? http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Hey Boom, It’s the Citizen Men’s AT2240-51A, The Getups are actually interactive, so you can click on the items to get more info.