The term "Pub Jacket" was first coined by Murray Pearlstein — founder of the iconic LOUIS Boston menswear store — which describes any piece that is one part cardigan, one part chore coat. And Todd Snyder just perfected the look with a sleek option cut from ultra-comfortable boiled merino wool from Italy’s Tollegno Mill.
"It can be worn with a dress shirt and tie as a casual alternative to a blazer," Snyder and co. notes. "Or tossed over a flannel, turtleneck, or t-shirt for a walk down to your local pub." Add it to the wardrobe here.