This garment takes its inspiration from the French “bleu de travail” (literally translated as “workman’s blues”), now a term that typically pertains to French workers’ clothing from the late 1800s, and now moreso the particular kind of jacket. This is the quintessential utilitarian jacket – worn loose, with cuffs buttoned or sleeves rolled up, with several pockets for easy storage. Our avid passion for traditional workwear couldn’t be fully expressed without us coming up with our own version of this classic. Can be worn very casually with a plain t-shirt and jeans, or can also get spiced up over a tailored shirt and tie or scarf. No rules on this one, it can be worn any way one wants. Guaranteed to fade to a lovely indigo hue over time.
10 oz. indigo-dyed Herringbone Twill Fabric from Collect Japan
Double-stitched 2 wide front patch pockets, 1 small left chest pocket
Double-fell stitching on seams, arms and back for added durability