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Washable blazers tend to look too casual for business wear to me. They are definitely more on the casual side, but appropriate for my office.

Where is my DC Dryclean Depot 1. I actually do wash all of my blazers. In the washing machine. And then toss them into the dryer. Hit them with the steamer if needed, and they are good to go. I think you are coming at this wrong.

I have a washable, unlined seersucker blazer from BR that is great for summer. And also some of us just sweat more than others. I send my jackets to the cleaners ever wearings because they start to smell. For me, I live in the suburbs but work in the city, which creates a hugely inconvenient dry cleaning situation. Machine washable means I can simply stay awake an extra half hour and clean what I need; dry clean only leaves me with no good solutions. Also, maybe I just have fat arms, but t-shirts under blazers always make my shoulders look weird and bulky, so I never really use that option.

I have the same issues with my arms so I only wear sleeveless shells under my suit jackets. I try to wear washable tops with sleeves so that I can take my blazer off at my desk or in a meeting if I get hot, which lessens the amount I need things cleaned. I always always hang up my blazer in the laundry room or open closet overnight after wearing before returning it to my closet — I find that this helps things air out and remain odorless.

Works like a charm. Totally feel you on the inconvenience factor! Plus that last minute factor. Got it at Sears Canada. They got the stain out of the blazer, but NOT the skirt. So the other day, I saw this person wearing it. May not be the best option for an interview or court suit, but probably good for a step up from business casual piece. And in Texas from mid-April through potentially October, any time spent in a blazer outdoors means that I will be sweaty.

And the courts are hot here. I have an expensive but super convenient dry cleaning situation: They pick it up, do the cleaning, deliver it back to the locker in a few days, and charge my credit card.

Badda-bing, badda-boom, done and done. Totally worth the extra money to not have to make an extra, non-routine stop. They even do minor alterations and shoe repairs. And that would be awesome if a I lived in a big apartment building; and b that service existed where I live. As a working mother of a toddler, my blazers get messed up nearly daily and require cleaning.

I had to go to Target to buy a shirt the other morning while late for a meeting because kid slimed me so badly the shirt I had on was unwearable. I got an odd slightly sheer blouse with light grey whales on it and a camisole.. Sharing for fun and fyi. Because I kind of love the huge poppy pattern they have online. The fabric is nothing special. Which is good and bad. I kind of like it because then i can throw it in the wash no worries unlike more precious fabrics.

I find it so much more convenient to take things to the dry cleaners. If its in my delicate pile, it just sits there forever. But I hate doing laundry and avoid it at all costs. Keeping them at work means that I rarely need to clean them since I am not commuting in them and getting all sweaty outside, so I do it at most times a year.

I love the fresh smell and feeling of clean clothes. And that is my cautionary tale. Yikes, I got so busy talking, I forgot what I wanted to say! I like Rickis for Blazers and other office wear. The quality is pretty high, and I love my navy blazer I got from there. The price point is good, and there are always sales. You would be surprised at the washability of some blazers and other stuff, to be honest …I found an older I have NO idea what vintage brown velveteen blazer at a thrift store once.

So, I found this blazer. I washed it with the rest of my darks, tossed it in the dryer, and hoped for the best. It came out great. You can alleviate this by removing from the washer during the spin cycle and stretching the fabric back out. So, I hemmed the lining with the sewing machine, and no one else ever knew. I call it Laundry Roulette, and after losing several times in a row, decided to stop playing.

Have also machine washed an old BR wool suit — biggest issue was getting the jacket pressed properly, but it was totally doable. I accidentally washed — and dried! I just played laundry roulette with great results!

I had a couple blazers that the after coming back from the dry cleaner, still had an odour in the underarm. I soaked them in a bucket of warm water with a tsp of oxi clean over night then washed in the delicate cycle. After the, I hung them to dry and they came out fresh! Did this process for each blazer individually. It helped to google the fabric blend to see whether they were really dry clean only — turns out they were washable albeit delicate. I have two ponte blazers from Target that I like as casual options.

I bought a ponte blazer too from Target a few months ago and love it just for this reason. For cooler times of the year or even in my overly airconditioned office now , I am a big fan of sweater or knit blazers sort of like wearing a cardigan, but with details like a lapel and pocket flaps. Nordstroms has a bunch like: I bought a few from Banana Republic two years ago and they are holding up well. Airdying leaves the lapels and pocket flaps a little wonky, so I finish it off with a little ironing and I never iron.

Actual recommendations would have been more helpful to the OP and me instead of a sweat-shaming rant. Whoopsies, sorry about that. I cannot believe how upset you are about this post. You can find anything you want obnoxious. No one said anything about YOU. No one thinks you smell bad! Certain dry cleaning chemicals make me break out in hives.

A washable blazer is a nice finisher piece, especially in more casual offices. A lot of times their house brand Inc. I work in a very casual side of business casual see, company polos, flannel shirts, sandals with socks, etc , so the ponte blazers are dressy for the office. The brand is Olivia Moon, and I just toss them in the washer and dryer, and let them hang a little afterwards to get the wrinkles out.

Unless the question was edited to redact a question about sweating in your blazer, the response was wholly unhelpful. Actual recommendations would have required effort. Sweat shaming is the path of least resistance. With respect to avoiding the need for frequent dry cleaning, let me just make a pitch right now for going to your doctor if the degree to which you sweat interferes with your daily life.

I have prescription anti-perspirant now, and it has been life-changing. There are lots of other reasons machine washable clothes are way more convenient. I wear sunscreen daily not just moisturizer with SPF, real sunscreen and I sometimes get stains on my jackets and have to dry clean them every wears.

They are probably more casual than what Reader S is looking for, though. I feel like modcloth sizing is often so random. I had one blazer from talbots that was washable but needed to be professionally pressed after! So what good was that? The only good thing is that it was white so washing kept it whiter than dry cleaning would have. But I always wear a long or short sleeved shirt under my jackets, so I can always take the jkt.

But jackets usually have so many darts and shoulder padding and whatnot that if you press it here, it creases there and is just not worth it. Is there a way to get it back to white?

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