With fall finally here in Seattle, we can start to comfortably wear our heavier clothing and a great piece for this time of the year is the CPO shirt jacket from Engineered Garments. The one pictured below on the left is made from a brown windowpane/herringbone patterned tweed wool, and on the right is the same shirt made from a black wool serge (think twill). I have one from last year that performed very well in colder temperatures, and I was able to wear it all the way into spring.

Engineered Garment CPO shirt jackets
Images from Explorer. For U.S. based stockists, check with Drinkwater’s for the brown tweed version, Farinelli’s for the grey herringbone, and Odin for the black wool serge.