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    Suits are meant to be worn as a suit. There will be color difference (getting beat up) if you wear the jacket more than pants and vice versa.

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    Like others have said, suit jackets are for suits. I wear my blazer often, it's definitely a good investment. But down the line you should really end up getting a suit as well.
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    Suit Jacket is way too dressy for jeans, and you can definitely tell, and you cannot pull it off. Usually a suit jacket has a certain sheen to it slightly different cut and hardware. Spend good money on a blazer and or Sport coat that will allow you flexibility and versatility. You cannot go wrong with a Navy blue with denim, khaki, and or black or charcoal grey slacks or even tan.

    Depending on your budget start with a Robert Graham, Etro, Ted Baker, or Calibrate.
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    IMO, you can never have too many blazers. They are awesome to just throw on over a polo, v-neck, etc. with some quality jeans.

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    ^ very true
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    A traditional blue blazer should typically go with khakis (popular in the south) or green/cranberry/similar pants (for the folks up north). Blue blazer wouldn't go with blue pants, or really blue jeans (unless the blues are either sufficiently close or sufficiently different so as to work together).

    If you wear a suit, you want either dark navy or charcoal in most cases.

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