THE WORK JACKETS
The arrival of Spring calls for a new lighter weight jacket and we’ve worked up a couple of new custom styles to meet that demand. From the outset we’ve believed that custom is best (we know we say it time and time again), and it’s that element that we have focused on when creating our Spring collection outerwear.
We’ve created our own take on the classic worker and trucker style jackets- taking the traditional components from each piece and reworking them into something we’re proud to put our name to.
Each jacket is a staple piece of the ‘Lost Cause Spring collection’ and yet another example of our ever graphic style. Each boasting a heavily embroidered back piece inspired by the iconic & traditional designs of tattoo culture- which symbolise a number of the ‘ lost Cause’ traits: chance, fearlessness & bravery, and capture the ‘Lost Cause’ mantra. These jackets are made to be lived in & will take you from Autumn to Summer; wherever you intend to roam.
The quality of our garments is something we’re always looking to improve, but it was our outerwear in particular that we knew we needed to get spot on. We’ve spent the last few months sourcing and talking to our factories to improve both our fabrics and sizing. The lost Cause jackets are made with 98% cotton and 2% elastane creating a soft denim with enough give to fit over a hoodie or sweatshirt before the warmer months kick in.
Ensuring the jackets were truly ours we’ve put a huge amount of effort into the smaller details of each piece from the seam detailing on the front of the pockets to the embroidery and individual patches.
2X curved chest pockets with traditional trucker style pocket flap.
2X hand pockets on the front of the a jacket.
* Additional “Zippo Pocket” with embroidered lightening bolt- an emblematic for P&Co. (Look out for similar detailing through into future collections)
100% custom ‘Provision & Company’ button closure and detailing.
“A fully bespoke product with details only the owner of this jacket will appreciate”.- Adison MD, Provision & Co.