We're betting the mechanic's jacket is the next big thing in menswear, taking spots previously held by motorcycle and bomber jackets of different sorts. One of our favorites comes from Todd Snyder in a garment-dyed fabric from Italy’s Di Sondrio mill, which gives it that well-loved feel right from the jump.
"It’s a more rugged take on a windbreaker," notes Snyder and company. "And works over a t-shirt in summer or tossed over a chambray shirt in the fall."
Finished with workwear details and partial elastic at the side hems, it's available in Pecan and Coal right here.