It’s getting brisk enough to break out one of the genuine fall staples: the tweed jacket.
And on the off chance you’re not ready to commit to the Southwick/Harris Tweed version, we’ve got a more casual option ready. The jacket comes from Penny Stock, and it’s a pretty good representation of what the tweeds looked like in Greenwich Village circa 1959. In particular, we’re eyeing the narrow lapels and the single button—just like you’ll see in late-’50s pics of Miles Davis.
Plus, it looks great with a horn.