There's nothing wrong with a lot of denim.
Model is 5'11, 145 lbs and typically wears a Medium.
Great for the warmer months or layering.LIGHTMEDIUMHEAVY
The Chore Coat
The chore coat originated in 19th century France as a simple, tough piece of outerwear made from durable cotton drill or moleskin. The chore coat was perfect for the tough physical work of laborers, railroad workers and farmers thanks to its relaxed fit and solid construction. Still worn for the same reasons, it has more recently found its way to cities where it’s used as a layering piece or a stylish warmer weather garment.
The Denim Jacket
The first recorded denim jacket was created in the United States around 1880 by Levi Strauss, approximately ten years after he had invented jeans as a new type of work apparel intended for use by cowboys, miners, and railroad workers. Denim jackets continue to be worn across the globe as a staple, and have been the uniform of many cultural movements in the 20th and 21st centuries.
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