As much as I admire Sassafras‘ gardening influences, I’ve never seen anyone pruning their evergreens in a tie-dye work jacket. That said, I hope that when I eventually have a garden, I rock something as cool as Sassafras’ latest Transplant jacket when I draw for the secateurs.
Cut from a 100% cotton oxford fabric, this psychedelic rendition of the classic chore jacket comes in an attractive tie-dye of scorched orange tones and comes with 4 roomy, overlapping pockets for your garden gloves and trowel. It’s made in Japan with triple-needle reinforcement and chainstitch detailing, and comes correct with contrasting black snap-closures throughout.
A roomy, regular fit means you won’t have any restriction whilst you work on your flowerbeds, but this jacket will work as well in urban settings once the world opens back up.
Available for $525CAD (~$388USD) from Lost & Found