As you probably know, Beams Plus is a Japanese label that recreates classics form the mid-20th century. The main focus of its range is ivy league styles of that period, which aren’t exactly copied by Beams, but the designs are very close to notable pieces from that era.
Personally I’m a huge fan of the label’s button-down shirts (which have a slim fit without being too tight), but the rest of the range is also worth investigating, including this suede blouson jacket.
Of course, you can replace the term blouson jacket for harrington jacket, as that’s pretty much what this item is.
Everything you would expect of a harrington is here, from the buttoned pockets, elasticated waist, two-button collar, two-way zip front, tartan lining and umbrella flap on the rear. But the construction is what differentiates this.