The Mad Plaid Sportcoat

MadPlaidSportCoat

I’m not sure when it was that the plaid sportcoat became relegated to holiday wear. Winter wear makes sense. This Southwick sport coat is made of a Shetland sort of wool — think those Shetland fuzzy sweaters that were standard prep-issue in the 80’s — and is ver warm-wearing. I’ve paired it with a blue/black herringbone wool tie from the TieBar.com and a shirt from Emmett in the most perfect light blue. Unseen, custom charcoal trousers and cigar cordovan tassel mocs from Alden. This coat will get a lot of wear in the next few weeks — maybe past Epiphany this year. I do like it.

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4 Responses to The Mad Plaid Sportcoat

  1. love the tradition of :wearing of a tartan:
    you do look dapper and very merry~
    pve

  2. Dear Chris,
    Those plaids are great for wearing around Christmas time. My husband has the waistcoat vest in a red Mary Stuart tartan and I have an Escada jacket in Mary Stuart and a skirt, gloves, scarf… Can’t go wrong with it.
    Enjoy this season!
    Mariette

  3. Todd Kunz says:

    Chris, you look great in this sport coat and it adds a holiday flair that makes this time of year very special. Thanks.

  4. Herr Doktor says:

    Very nice jacket, Chris. I too wear a tartan jacket; Black Watch specifically. I think it’s more versatile than a red plaid, but I think you wear it very well.

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