Transitional Style 101: Caleb Fechtor Layers Spring Jackets 3 Different Ways
Caleb Fechtor is a multitalented creative force, working as the Director of Marketing for artisanal Brooklyn-based knife-maker and bag merchant Poglia, while modeling for STATE Management, snapping his own photos, and playing a wicked blues guitar on the side.
O.N.S. recently asked Caleb down to our flagship SoHo store to try on a couple jackets and show your how to functionally layer up—or down—for unpredictable spring weather. Check the story out below and catch up with Caleb on Instagram right here.
(1) The Quilted Bomber
Sometimes the classics look even better with a twist, which is why we love the quilted version of our Bax Bomber. Stacked on top of a textured cream sweater, cotton-linen blend shirt, and slim, pleated trousers, this bomber is the perfect topper to this crisp spring outfit, which has you covered—or uncovered if you chose to shed a layer or two—for any weather and any situation, professional or otherwise.
(2) The Denim Windowpane Overcoat
We like things a little unexpected around here, so we created our dignified windowpane check overcoat from a rugged denim, offset with slant pockets for a clean, sharp finish. Cut slim, this coat leaves just enough room to toss a tailored bomber and plaid shirt underneath, providing warm layering options that you can shed singly or all together, just in case things heat up in the afternoon.
(3) The Cropped Trench
Almost anywhere you go, spring means rain, so you’re going to need a solid jacket that will shed water stylishly. Luckily, O.N.S has you covered, with our water resistant cropped trench, that just happens to look great over a beige cardigan. Add a yellow pocket tee and white denim for an eye-catching color combo that will keep you dry and cool no matter how much the weather changes.
To keep up with Caleb, follow him on IG here.
Looks styled by: Joel Cano