A corduroy suit jacket is the kind of piece you can just throw on, no matter what you’re wearing (provided you have a well-edited wardrobe).
I like mixing tailored jackets with more casual pieces – like a vintage peacoat, a pair of alpine boots and a $5 street beanie.
Don’t be afraid to wear your “nice” clothes. Well-made pieces are built to last and will get better with time. They’re not doing any good in the back of your closet.
A corduroy jacket is a great example of a piece that gets better with wear. Over time it will mold to the shape of your body, providing a better fit, and the fabric will take-on a natural broken-in character.
Putting some final spins on my winter boots before Spring comes around for real.
- Black beanie from NYC street stand
- Navy peacoat Vintage naval issue
- Grey corduroy suit Jacket by MAB (Cloth by Ariston C 081/7)
- Blue striped cotton top by Saint James
- Black woven leather gloves by Hilts and Willard
- Washed denim by Rag & Bone
- Alpine boots by Kenneth Cole
Thanks, as always, for reading.
Yours in style,
Photography by Alex Crawford.
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