If the very classic jacket is a little out of date, men still appreciate going out with an outer garment with pockets.
The overshirt fulfills this role.
Worker clothing dating back to the industrial revolution, it is fashionable.
It's a boon for blouses struggling with their ancestral dress shirts.
The Anglo-Saxons speak of a
work clothing available in cotton or somewhat rustic and thick velvet, with lining.
The overshirt, on the other
is more flexible, in fine ribbed velvet or flannel.
With pockets of various styles, sometimes a little safari type, sometimes more sober.
If there is a chest pocket, you can slip a clutch in there to give a little panache.
In a way, some might think that the overshirt has a role close to the Austrian jacket, even if it looks more bourgeois.
The overshirt manages (a little) to play on different registers.
Young and lanky with jeans, a t-shirt and sneakers…
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