Brown Japanese Selvedge Corduroy Five-Pocket Chore Jacket$ 665 40% Off $ 400
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- Product Notes
Take care of weekend chores and then take off for the pub in this casual cotton jacket. Its five-pocket style is reminiscent of traditional jeans and the colour looks good with your favourite indigo pair. This jacket is made in Italy from a substantial selvedge corduroy, with three outer pockets (plus a signature Drake's ticket pocket peaking out on the left-hand side), and one inner pocket. It is cut generously, with a slightly boxy shape recalling the original workwear garments worn around the turn of the century.
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- Size Notes
This product comes in UK sizes.
- Materials and Care Notes
Made in Italy
- Delivery & returns
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Founded in London in 1977 and still making some of the finest ties, scarves and pocket squares, Drake's is one of the last remaining artisanal haberdashers in the world. Now helmed by Michael Hill, who worked alongside original owner Michael Drake for over a decade, this British establishment continues to champion local craft, producing most of its pieces in the United Kingdom, and has even extended its offering to include shirts, knitwear, tailoring and footwear.
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