Abstract: This paper presents the in-plane asymptotic displacement and stress fields for blunt V-notched components based on Kolosov–Muskhelishvili's approach. In the first part, the displacement and stress components in the polar coordinate system are determined by choosing appropriate complex potential functions. In order to construct the notch geometry, the Neuber's mapping relation is utilized. Then, the notch boundary conditions are imposed to calculate the free parameters of the stress distribution. Eventually, the stress and displacement components are calculated in the Cartesian and polar coordinates in the forms of series expansion. In the second part, the coefficients of series expansions are computed by using the least square method (LSM). The blunt V-notched Brazilian disk (BV-BD) specimen under mixed mode loading is used as an example to verify the proposed procedure. The stress components in arbitrary distances and directions are determined for different blunt V-notches in order to evaluate the accuracy of the calculated stress series solutions and their associated coefficients. The numerical results indicate that a single-term solution can lead to considerable errors, and to achieve good accuracy in the stress field calculation, one should take account of at least three terms in the stress series solution.