A formal blazer can appear too dressed up these days when casual is the norm. Going without jackets is not an ideal option though. A jacket integrates men’s base outfit and creates a well put-together look.
For men who are looking for a blazer alternative, there is nothing better than a chore coat. Chore coats originated with French labourers and farmers in the nineteenth century. With workwear finding its way into men’s fashion, it has now become a wardrobe staple.
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We designed Sierra with two roomy, flap pockets at the hip. Instead of the traditional patch pockets of chore jackets, we constructed these pockets internally, giving the jacket a sleek look. In addition to adding an extra element of security, the flaps add certain interest to the otherwise minimalist look. You can push the flaps inside for a sleeker look too.
The concealed pocket inside helps you store your wallet, passport or boarding pass safely while the front pockets can easily accommodate a kindle or even a sandwich, making Sierra the perfect travel jacket.
Sierra’s slightly boxy fit is quite forgiving for all body shapes. You can choose a shorter length to wear the jacket like a bomber or get it made in traditional blazer length for better protection from the elements.
Sierra goes well with chinos, jeans, tailored trousers, tees, polos, button downs - virtually everything. It is available in premium cotton, denim, and hardy Japanese canvas to cover all your needs from such a casual, yet refined work jacket.