Many things require sartorial coordination.
Your jacket shouldn’t be one of them.
It should just work. Seven days a week. Jeans or trousers.
Office, bar or boat.
Consider HonourMark’s fresh take on the car coat — that stalwart top layer from the open-carriaged, hand-cranked starter days of America’s automotive leisure class.
The cut is flattering and classic — talking structured A-line and below-the-belt drop.
Grown up, you might say.
Plus it’s got pockets for days.
Launched just this month, the SF company’s focus is twofold: creating stylish gear with looks that fit in the real world, and building those looks with the best textiles the real world has to offer.
Talking Japanese super-twill and monocle-worthy British cotton constructed stateside.
And keep another eye out for opportunities to wing off on a drive along the coast, Mr. Automotive Leisure Class.
That’s a thing well worth coordinating.