S.E.H Kelly has introduced their first-ever reversible jacket that features a wool shell sourced from a mill in West Yorkshire, and real horn buttons from the Midlands. See this as two four-button jackets made with complementary shades of wool-tweed that’s dry and warming. Both sides have a small rounded collar. The jacket’s lighter side has light horn buttons; the other side has dark ones. The jacket delivers on all fronts and also features hidden, in-seam slouch pockets that deliver added coverage for your hands.
A blend of American workwear and French fine tailoring, the Bleu De Paname Comptoir Work Jacket is a versatile warm weather outwear piece. Made from 100% cotton, it features a four button front, one button cuffs, and patch-pockets at the breast and hips.
You Must Create (YMC) has always been one of my favorite brands, ever since I picked up a pair of high top sneaks a few seasons back. Their latest collection continues to push the envelope and this workwear-inspired jacket is a prime example of the brand’s ability to blend different style ethos to create innovative, wearable products. It’s got the stylings of a work jacket but is made from a college fabric for ultra comfort.