When I say this Corridor Peacock Jacquard Military Jacket jacket is rich, it’s goddamn rich. Like it has a standing reservation at French Laundry. It uses seasons as verbs. It has a favorite caviar. And a parlor. And a foyer. And it knows the difference between the two*. It has curtains and drapes, if that’s something people do. It distinguishes between types of skiing. Someone in its family has a “IV” at the end of their name. Velour? This jacket’s never heard of it. In other words, it’s lush. And if you’re looking for a summer jacket, lush is such a good avenue to travel.
(*I don’t not know, but I’m also not confident what a parlor is and am a long-avowed selective researcher and also an avowed personal brand enthusiast.)
Made with a 100% cotton fabric that’s been freaked with an objectively insane peacock Jacquard pattern, this military-inspired jacket features a point collar with a button front placket, flapped patch pockets at the chest, handwarmer pockets at the waist, button cuffs, a flat hem and that good, boxy fit.
If it wasn’t clear already, I want this jacket (and an easy 50% of this Corridor collection, conservatively, if we’re getting into wishlists). Like, if I can’t live this life, I can still have a jacket that does.
Available at Corridor for $325