ts(s) Drunkenly Staggers Their Stripes in This Wool-Cashmere Jacket
Here’s a thing about Takuji Suzuki: he hates me having any money. I don’t know this to be a fact, per se, but I do know that it’s true. Case in point: the ts(s) Stagger Stripe Wool Cashmere Blanket Piping Collarless Jacket.
It’s made from a wool-cashmere-blend fabric that has a striped pattern so uneven that it very well could be drunk. (To be clear, that’s a good thing. I want my patterns to be drunk.) Elsewhere, the liner-esque coat has a neckline that’s begging to be layered, a button-front placket, piping trim and two hand-warmer pockets at the waist.
(Also, if you guys don’t know how I feel about ts(s), just picture me as Cheech and/or Chong and the brand as Humboldt County. Do with that information what you will.)
Is this mid-weight jacket more expensive than a staggering amount of consumer electric goods? I like it, so of course it is. But consumer electronic goods also don’t keep you (sort of) warm, so I’ll continue to use my cracked iPhone 6 and be wearing this for the foreseeable future.
Available for $766 at Unionmade.