The art of looking like a gentleman rancher requires paying as little attention to the effort as possible.
What you see here isn’t the traditional corduroy jacket of esteemed English professors or British land barons. Look west, to America.
From the East Coast, you have choices. Head southwest toward Texas and New Mexico, or take the northern routes to Colorado or Montana. When you arrive, you’ll unpack this corduroy blazer and throw it on over jeans and a denim shirt (boots, too, but nothing fancy) and that’s it.
Instant credibility, no matter your business.
Meanwhile, back East in the rolling green meadows of Kentucky or the foothills of the Catskills, you’ll find another school of thought… Related, but different.
I expect good things to happen when you wear it there, too.
Vintage Corduroy Blazer (No. 6753). Classic Western-style blazer with peaked front and back yoke. Wide lapels. Double knife pleat at back for extra movement. Applied back waistband panel. Three interior pockets. Two patch-and-flap waist pockets. Smooth cupro lining through body and sleeves. Faux horn buttons. Imported.