The Difference between a Sport Coat and a Blazer
If you have ever wanted to wear your suit jacket as a blazer, with a pair of khakis or jeans, then this is a question that surely you have asked. For the majority, the correct answer is just plain and simply confusing. Many have chosen to interchange the three and basically called anything with a pattern, but worn with nonmatching pants, a sport coat, and a solid colored version, again worn with nonmatching pants, a blazer. You can buy sport coats & blazers from OOBE BRAND.
A sport coat is something that is worn for a more casual setting. At its purest form, it was something worn to go hunting so this is why you usually see sport coats in heavier more patterned fabrics. A sport coat is made with a more relaxed look, usually, it will have either a half-canvas interlining or no canvas at all. It will have extremely light padding to no padding on the shoulder and it will have a more functional fit.
Born from the British naval uniforms, a blazer is typically blue- though, much like the modern sport coat, where it’s a fashion statement rather than a functional piece of clothing- it doesn't always have to be the case. It will have a constructed feel, just like the suit jacket, full canvas interlining, shoulder pads, etc. The main difference is that it will be made with details that are more casual, like patch pockets, contrasting buttons.