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If you have a penchant for "laidback Luxury," Look no further than our deconstructed jacket. Named after a small community in San Diego California, famous for its marinas and yachts.
This soft jacket has no canvas, little or no padding, no roping, and no lining except for in the shoulder and through the sleeves. The deconstructed jacket maintains a soft, loose shape and is a favorite during the spring and summer, but also layers up well for fall and early winter.
Easy to dress up or dress down, deconstructed jackets first appeared as a men's garment at the end of the 19th century. They were developed from blazers, the classical blue jackets with golden buttons, lower patch pockets, and top left breast pocket. In the early 20th century they were mainly used as sports jackets on yachts and in rowing clubs. Thus, they defined a whole new concept of comfortable fit. The jacket is a modern, carefully refined sartorial work.
How to Wear It:
This item is a bespoke custom made garment with a minimum of 20 hours of hand tailoring. Sizing can be done in our retail store in Sacramento, at the customers' home/workplace in Northern California, or by a trusted tailor in close proximity to you. Two fittings are normally required. After your purchase, we will contact you regarding your custom sizing preferences. Please allow us 4-5 weeks to construct your jacket. Made in USA.
Shawn Reginald wants you to be completely satisfied with your order.
If you are not satisfied, we will gladly accept your timely return of unworn, unwashed, or defective merchandise, or be happy to assist you with an exchange. Products may be returned by simply initiating the return within 60 days of delivery. Please ensure that the item is in its original condition. We must receive your item within 90 days of the original shipment date.
Please allow us 2-4 weeks from the time we receive your item to process your return. Your refund will be the full purchase price of the item. Please note- shipping will be charged for exchanges unrelated to our error.