When you have to lay train tracks by day but teach graduate-level Windsor knots by night, nothing really compares to Stevenson Overall Co.’s Foreman Jacket and Frisco Trouser. For all you visual learners out there, you will notice that this dynamic duo is an imaginative hybrid between ivy and workwear.
Here’s why it works so well — the cuts are on point, remaining faithful to traditional utilitarian cuts of the 30s and 40s, and the seersucker fabric has the right amount of wrinkle to it and flaunts a classic cream and light-blue stripe.
While it’s clear that the high-level concept was a success, would you believe that Stevenson nailed even the smallest of details? Yes? Well, I’m going to pretend I didn’t hear that. Note the metal donut and checkered buttons, cinch back on the pants, and the brass color emblem on the collar of the chore coat. Oh, and the paper tags which would make even the most knowledgeable vintage heads look twice. I mean seriously, they’ve even aged the edges on them.
Although quite the statement when worn together, these pieces will look great individually, adding effortless pop and heritage steez to just about any outfit.
Available for $375 (pants) & $415 (jacket) at Clutch Cafe London