Academic institutions aside, there is an almost migration instinct towards the goal of homecoming. So for me, any autumnal wardrobe would be incomplete without the inclusion of some classic (I dislike the word 'vintage,' while still acknowledging its linguistic acuity) jackets.
|Ursa, the Maremma Sheepdog, is looking for the last sheep.|
I like the shape of my made in Vermont, Johnson Woolen Mills (unfortunately named) "JacShirt" with its front and back cape.
Richard Press (former J. Press president) after lunch yesterday showed me his great Willis & Geiger jacket (and label).
Older garments do require some extra care. One example is reproofing, which, as a once-a-year ritual, is satisfying..