You can’t go wrong with a coverall jacket, especially when they’re cut from a Japanese-milled sashiko fabric, like this rendition of Epaulete‘s Doyle. You might already have a chore coat in your closet — I have 3 or 4 — but I would bet none of them are covered in tiny reinforcing stitches like these beauties are.
Made in Los Angeles with classic chore coat details including a 3-pocket front including two at the hip that are doubled so they’re usable from the top or the side, the Doyle is as functional as it is handsome. It’s even got a hidden pocket inside the chest to stash your Apple electronics.
Cut between regular and slim, the jacket is vented at the backside for proper draping, and it’s natural corozo nut buttons are brandy-dyed for some nice depth and contrast. Trying to find faults? Good luck. The chore is unfuckwithable. And in sashiko, you just can’t go wrong.
Available for $265 at Epaulet