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Workwear continues to emerge as one of the hottest trends in men’s fashion, with inspiration drawn from every corner of the industry. From 2018’s reflective-strip grails of Junya Watanabe to more understated workwear styles in muted neutral color palates, this timeless trend is loved for its year-round functionality, and so far in 2019 we’ve seen some dope offerings of one piece in particular – the workwear jacket.

Whether you call them chore coats or logger jackets, this multi-pocketed, cotton canvas, button-up style is at the top of our shopping lists for spring, offering a perfect mid-weight for spring layering and breezier summer evening ’fits. And while OG brands such as Carhartt and Dickies have been releasing these kinds of jackets for a minute now, the likes of Acne Studios, Helmut Lang, and even affordable fashion offshoot ASOS DESIGN have been delivering on the workwear-inspired front more recently.

Below, we’ve compiled a list of the best workwear-inspired jackets we’ve come across at every price point, ranging from sub-$100 to particularly designer heights of $1,200. In our picks, you’ll see affordable grails that can be easily integrated into any spring wardrobe from go-to retailers Weekday and ASOS, as well as a decidedly minimalist offering from Acne Studios and a paint-splattered Heron Preston x Carhartt WIP showstopper.

Scroll on to shop our full selection.

Under $100

Denim Jacket

Weekday

$67

Utility Jacket

ASOS DESIGN

$72

Utility Jacket

ASOS DESIGN

$72

Sunset Jacket

Weekday

$79

$100 – $500

Brumal Jacket

Weekday

$100

Dickies Edition Workwear Shirt

N. HOOLYWOOD

$135

Jacket

Acne Studios

$380

Logger Jacket

Engineered Garments

$450

$500+

Jacket

BILLY

$630

Workwear Jacket

Heron Preston

$440

Quilted Workwear Jacket

Helmut Lang

$348

Quilted Workwear Jacket

Helmut Lang

$236

Workwear Jacket

Ziggy Chen

$394

Check out our conversation with BRISTOL Studio’s Luke Tadashi below.

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