Minimalists Tie-front Jacket
You bucked the clichéd list of New Year’s resolutions in favor of one very clear declaration-Simplify. We couldn’t agree more. Consider…
No lapels or buttons.
No superfluous length.
No shortage of casual sophistication.
Minimalist Tom Robbins once said, “Any half-awake materialist well knows-that which you hold holds you.”
Dare to be unbound and the rest will follow.
The Minimalist’s Tie-Front Jacket (No. 5305). Tencel and linen blend fabric. Tencel, for those of you who don’t know, is a semi-synthetic fabric that is totally sustainable, requires less washing than cotton and is wrinkle-free (which helps mellow the linen side of this jacket). Full Bemberg lining. Stand collar. Self-tie closure at front waist. Long two-piece sleeve. 2 1/4" slit at back of sleeve opening. Front and back princess seams. On-seam side pockets. Two-needle topstitching at seams. Center back seam. Imported.