Four Pocket Tweed Vest
You could wear this to fly fish on the Esopus. Fry up your catch in a cast iron skillet. Add some salt and pepper, a little olive oil (a lot of butter). Lemon.
Afterwards, you’ll set about to hunt mushrooms—porcinis, a “chicken of the woods” the size of a football. To the victor go the spoils. Relish your primal abilities.
Later, you’ll want to wear this with a jacket. Forego the belt. Belts make vest bottoms stick out in the most unflattering way. Go for suspenders instead.
Remember, this is how civilization began. 4-Pocket Tweed Vest (No. 5864). 100% Shetland wool tweed. The back is brown wool gabardine. Fully lined in navy with black dobby twill. Five striking leather-wrapped shank buttons with one additional button at tab closure. Four patch pockets with flap and button closure (pleat detail on lower pockets). Back waist-shaping darts. Selffabric belt at back with four buttons for adjustability. The English have used waistcoats to add endless style options to their wardrobes, both in the wild and out. Made in Portugal.