Show everyone that you no longer think throwback gear is stuff left on the field at Fenway after an opposing player hits a home run, by snagging something special from Garbstore, a time-traveling assemblage of "unfamiliar vintage" jackets/ shirts/ accessories from jolly old England that maintain a modern twist on post-WWII styles in an effort to appear "historically new", even as you continue to get "modern-day old".
Layer for warmth and style in the:
1. USCS 30's Jacket
Look dapper on your afternoon post route donning the "sporting edition" of this beige tweed Depression-era US Civil Servant jacket replete with vintage buttons, bound shawl collar, and "parallel jet pockets", which Andre Carter won't have any problem breaking in.
2. SF Parka
First look up on Wikipedia then summon your inner Sir Edmund Hillary in this adventure-ready, hybrid deck jacket slash mountain parka sewn from twisted slub twill (in tan or navy) that rocks four bellow pockets, a split zip hood, and side toggles that hand-tighten.
3. SA Mechanic Shirt
Cleverly fool women into thinking you're a sexy, escaped Southern con who can fix carburetors & brake pads for a fair price by rocking this visually deceptive selvedge chambray button-down that looks like denim decoratively adorned with a contrasting backpack strap-esque Mexican pattern across the shoulders, a place everyone already knows you're historically a little weak.