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. Each one is the gold standard for its type.
The thermometer may say otherwise, but fall shipments have just begun and this first shipment is an all-time favorite. Like leaves changing colors, EG brings back the favorites in a field of new fabrics and colors.
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 construction elements, there are few brands that can pull off what EG does.
Work Shirts, Andover Pants, Loiter Jackets, Fatigue Pants, Bedford Jackets, and some brand new seasonal pieces - Engineered Garments is here and ready for the cool down. This is the EG gear that comes back every season, plus a spotlight on some new designs. All of it mixes in elements that keeps each item compelling. Here’s a look at the latest…
Look One: Bedford Jacket and matching Fatigue Pants fabricated in cotton herringbone twill for a military inspired suiting option and versatile enough that both pieces can mix-and-match effortlessly into a more casual look. Kept clean here with EG's Work Shirt in a solid white, soft cotton flannel.
The Racing Suit returns for a full fit in one easy garment. Fabricated in olive cotton ripstop, it's tough enough to go through the ringer and clean enough to wear just about anywhere. Also featured is EG's Work Shirt in Green/Orange Big Plaid Heavy Twill to keep in the heat on the cool nights ahead.
Look Two: The Reefer Jacket in Black Cotton Heavy Twill is a new one in the lineup. A super comfortable, unstructured double breasted jacket with classic details that pairs beautifully with just about any look. Casually composed here with a clean white tee, a good pair of denim, and some minimal footwear from Marni.
Cagoule Shirt in Navy/Grey Cotton Flannel Plaid matched to EG's Deck Pant in Navy Cotton Double Cloth. Both of these seasonal pieces stretch the signature of Engineered Garments' design, but keep to what they do best. The Cagoule Shirt features a muted plaid with some volume in the low set chest pockets and a generous cowl with hood. The Deck Pants feature a wide leg cut with a cinching leg hem to play with proportions. Some military inspired patch pockets draw the eye, but stay anchored in utilitarian purpose.
Look Three:Loiter Jacket in Grey Poly Wool Herringbone paired here to the Fatigue Pant in Black Cotton Herringbone Twill. (Also available this season are a pair of Andover Pants in the same fabrication as the Loiter to make a full fall suit.) The Loiter Jacket adds layers of style and function to whatever you’re doing. 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 the Loiter 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.
The Over Vest is always a standout piece in the EG collections. This version is done in a Geo Jacquard patchwork pattern that is muted by the Black/Navy color story. Fully reversible with a black sherpa on the reverse to soften a look when you don't want to keep the insulation close. Layered on top of the Raglan Crew, this is the staple crewneck sweatshirt you've never quite had. A unique cross cut collar that extends into runners for a controlled roomy fit. This is exactly everything a sweatshirt should be. Finished off with EG's famous Fatigue Pant in an indigo denim with a subtle printing that will become more pronounced with wash and wear.
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