Glen Check Stretch Linen Blazer
The Cure for Fussiness.
If only you could put that big-block Ford into your 1935 Auburn (you can). If only that pasta wasn't actually pasta (it's garbanzo beans). If only that Prince of Wales check linen blazer wasn't so… (let's discuss).
You love the breathability and ease of linen. The way it signals the changing of the season. That tangible transition from dark tufted leather and amber cocktails to pergolas and tonics. The issue is rumpledness. The slouch. For some, it just isn't crisp enough.
We sent strict instructions to our scientists—"more stretch, more shape recovery, more cushion, less rumpledness. Still linen but a little less… linen-y."
Days later, I received an email—"Solotex. More stretch, more shape-recovery, more cushion, less rumpledness. Harmonizes well with other materials like linen."
Glen Check Stretch Linen Blazer (No. 6571). 81% linen, 19% Solotex. All the breathable and unstructured ease of linen with a bit more shape and crispness. Expertly tailored. English length. Single-breasted three-button front. Faux horn buttons. Bemberg poplin-lined sleeves. Body is unlined. Imported.