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Pair This Boiled Wool Blazer With Matching Pants, Or Not — You Win Either Way

We're afraid it's not too early to start thinking about what you're going to wear once Labor Day rolls around. And these days, our thoughts in that direction turn to versatility. Which is where Taylor Stitch hits it out of the park once again.

Each season the S.F.-based apparel artisans come out with a new version of their Telegraph suit, a paragon of effortless elegance. Of course, the pieces are designed to work just as well separately as paired together.

This time around, they're doing it up in boiled wool, which has a beautiful texture and drape as well as the ability to keep you cozy once those cooler temps roll around.

On its own, the Telegraph Jacket in navy boiled wool is easily the essential softly tailored blazer. Throw on the matching trousers though and you're suddenly your on the best-dressed list. All for under $375 total if you jump on the pre-sale price.

Boiled wool is a time-honored practice which heat-treats the fabric to create a denser, more uniformly textured garment. And the easy tailoring makes for a "refined, ready-to-wear option for occasions both momentous and mundane," as the brand notes.

The name Telegraph is apt because your intentions will be clear – to be the most comfortable and stylish man in the room.