Founded in Georgetown in 1967, Britches quickly established itself as a store that offered extremely well-made traditional clothing... but often with a slight twist, to appeal to a younger crowd who, while steeped in the Ivy clothing tradition, wanted something slightly different. Britches expanded quickly and, unlike Banana Republic, never lost its way to become just another mall brand. Unfortunately, this might have been its undoing, and in 1998 it sold off its stores, to be declared bankrupt in 2002.
This chocolate brown cord jacket is a lovely example of Britches' wares! Cut as a 3/2 sack jacket, this features the rare and ever-desirable three patch pockets on the front, two button cuffs with faux-buttonholes, and military cuffs (a decorative back parallel to the hem). It is fully lined, and unvented. It is in absolutely excellent condition--and would be perfect with a tattersall shirt or a thin cashmere sweaterin neutral tones!
Asking just $40, or offer, boxed and shipped in the USA.
Size S. Measurements:
Shoulder: 18 1/2
Length: 31 1/2