Drawing inspiration from turn of the century railroad work jackets, Stevenson Overall Co.‘s Heartland Jacket takes things up a few notches on the refinement-o-meter. The jacket was made in collaboration with Self Edge, which, as you might guess, means a solid indigo situation. And because the 100% cotton fabric is a custom order — woven on shuttle looms with rope-dyed yarn for excellent color retention — the Heartland will be looking sharp for many moons.
The shape and tailoring almost speak for themselves: take a look to see how the shoulder and sleeve are attached with singular graceful stitches that fall just below the shoulder line on the back. And no side seams here: a single panel of fabric was used for the torso, lending continuity to the rounded themes of the pocket shapes. Look for the green selvedge ID, too.
Made in Japan and yours for $365 at Self Edge.