Creating clothing in that grey area between casual and formal, EG accomplishes the difficult task of making things that dress up or down easily. Versatile styling and detail rich, there are few brands that can pull off what EG does with finesse.
We’re perpetually excited to see what Engineered Garments is going to release every season. There are always some new things in the mix - special pieces that stand out and make statements - but the backbone of every collection is a core of EG originals in new colors, fabrics and patterns. Each one is the gold standard for its type.
This feature is part of a series that highlights Engineered Garments' signature pieces...
Many seasons of Engineered Garments Loiter Jacket in a variety of fabrics and patterns.
FIT & DRAPE:
Roomy body, but with a foundation in tailoring. Imagine a blazer and a top coat mixed together.
Standard blazer length.
Two large flap pockets at the hips and a single patch pocket on the left breast.
ARM & SHOULDER FIT:
Unstructured blazer fit with a nice bit of slouch.
NOTES & STYLE POINTS:
Whether you’re staying home or headed out the door, an unstructured blazer adds layers of style and function to whatever you’re doing. They have a formal heart, but with pockets to stuff and plenty of buttons to play with the shape, there are enough styling options and details to keep it relaxed. Can be buttoned all the way up to the tab collar or worn open with a classic, notch lapel. Three button cuff and side cinches to tailor the look when you want. Interior piping at the seams to make it last.
This is a super versatile piece. Pair it down with jeans and a sweatshirt, or dress it up by putting on some nice trousers. Engineered Garments usually makes a matching pants option for the Loiter Jacket if you’re looking for the full suit. Most of the time, we like to keep it casual and paired down.