TCB chore coat

A lovely duck chore coat from TCB

I thought long and hard before taking the plunge and ordering a chore coat. I’ve always liked the look of it, even more so as a change of pace from the denim jackets I wear so often. But I was afraid the fit would be off, being cut to weird for my skinny frame. I tried on a couple of vintage Sears- and Lee-jackets in Copenhagen a few months before getting the TCB one and yes, they were simply cut too wide.

 

But then Inoue-san started posting pics of his chore coat on his skinny japanese friends and I thought, maybe I can pull it off. I ordered the damn thing, halfway into fanboyism thanks to the TCB contest and the coat fits really well. It was just a bummer to buy it right around the time it got proper cold in Sweden so I haven’t worn it that much yet. I’m longing to put it on.

 

The jacket came in three different fabrics: a hickory one, a denim one and a 13 oz duck one that I decided to go for which I think will turn out great with some wear and tear. Inoue-san went with laurel leaf brass buttons, contrast green stitching on a couple of details and fantastic cat label on the front pocket.

TCB-chore-coat-fitpic

TCB chore coat pockets

TCB chore coat chest pocket

TCB chore coat label

TCB chore coat fabric

TCB chore coat button

TCB chore coat cuff


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I'm a Swedish denimhead working in marketing. In 2011 I got devoured by the denim scene after working for Levi's. You will also find me posting about denim on Superfuture under the handle Bobbo.