We’ll be honest: unless you live in a place that’s warm year round, you are not super likely to get much use out of this item for the next few months. But come spring, when you remember you made the very wise decision to take advantage of a very good deal, you are going to be psyched.
Buried deep in the sale section of the Todd Snyder website is a full-size run of the Sutton Unconstructed Cotton Sport Coat in Medium Blue. It’s regularly $500, but has been marked down to a frankly staggering $200, as if you’re shopping at the Gap or some sh*t, which you most certainly are not.
What’s most compelling about the jacket is that, despite how it’s labeled on the site, it does actually seem to have a bit of structure to it, making it appropriate for a wider range of situations than the truly unstructured, overly casual jackets that are so commonly thrust upon us come spring and summer. It would be perfectly at home in a boardroom or at a beach wedding.
The Sutton features all sorts of classic details: it’s half-lined with a double vent in the back, two-button closure and medium-width notch lapels, all of which ensures it’ll never go out of style.
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