How many blue jackets does a man need, anyway? Well, at least a couple. And after navy, this several-shades glen plaid hopsack makes a good second or third... the silk and linen in the mix pick up the highs and lows of the colors, and it's very cool. Another version of a navy jacket that isn’t a navy blazer. The No. 3 jacket make has full canvas construction — the sine qua non of tailoring — with a special, structured 3-layer canvas that'll mold and meld to your body over time, as well as pickstitched, spalla camicia shirtsleeve construction. And our Virgil model has a natural shoulder, a 3-roll-2 lapel, and a shorter body with no front darts at all. Think old-school 'sack jacket,' but sexier. It's got a slightly more American feel than the Kincaid or the Landry, but just like all of our tailored clothing, it's designed to take you from Mississippi to Manhattan to Milan without looking or feeling out of place.
rustic Italian hopsack
38% wool/34% silk/28% linen
half-lined in cupro
full canvas construction with a 3-layer, structured canvas
two flap pockets and welted chest pocket
two interior chest pockets and lower card/phone pocket