Taylor Stitch Army Twill Telegraph Jackets

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Sure, we may have lost an hour over the weekend, but we gained being one step closer to rocking the kind of spring outerwear you see before you now. Taylor Stitch’s Telegraph Jacket is a really nice unstructured option that’s done up in the US out of washed cotton twill, and cut clean and trim. Olive’s already sold out, but navy’s still kickin’. Spring forward, y’all.

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  • Mr. S

    I picked up two of these jackets in olive in different sizes — 38 and 40 — to compare fit. I typically wear a 38R in suiting and have a 30 waist. Unfortunately, neither size fit properly: the 38 was so tight in the chest and shoulders that the back of the collar sat an inch or two from the back of my neck; the 40 was ok in the shoulders but much to loose in the waist. I was rather disappointed because because the olive color was very attractive and the fabric felt very substantial. Alas, the fit just didn’t work for me. It looks like I will have to stick with LBM 1911 for blazers; their unstructured blazer in 38 fits like a glove!