The Hacking Jacket
Few things feel more British than the tweed jacket. The Hacking Jacket is one of the most common types of tweed jackets and was originally used as a riding jacket for horseback hunting. The model can be recognised by its fitted style and slanted pockets that offer ease of access when sitting on a horse. The centre vent falls nicely and parts when you sit down. In most cases the jacket has three buttons and is made of rustic tweed. This one is from iconic British clothing brand Cordings of Piccadilly.