Out for its final fall comes a lightweight lambswool jacket. It's a shoulder season coat made from ten ounce cloth and unfortunately it's never been quite right. There's a green Shetland herringbone replacement in the works that will arrive, as these things usually do, the day after the weather turns too chill to wear it.
Worn with a brown on white striped shirt with a pinned club collar, a pocket square of dark red and green silk paisley, and an unlined wool necktie.
It's usually hard to see old friends off but I won't be sad to see this one go.