Just a side note, there are a lot of brands that make this type of thing. I think Boglioli K-jacket is probably the quintessenital version. Basically an "Italian-cut" (3-roll-2, patch pockets, double vent, high-notch, pick-stitching, etc) with no lining and usually in some soft brushed cotton or lamswool/cashmere luxe fabric with riffs on traditional patterns. Brunello Cucinelli, Barbera, Partenopea, LBM 1911 and a bunch more make them.
These have more of a "luxe-casual" vibe that to me falls well into the CM/biz-casz/@menswear side of the spectrum. Though some of them are really beautiful, you can't really streetwear-ify these types of jackets. They are too well-groomed, luxe-y, "weekend wine-tasting" chic, and just too, maybe normal ?... to look right with a tee, sneakers, or other elements of streetwear style.
The last time I did a wine tasting tour without my wife, I organized it. We rented a bus, absconded with the bottles and/or drank straight out of them, made all the wine country visitors in their linen pants and nice blazers (I think that I saw someone who was a deadringer for Andy Gilchrist) look at us like barbarians, and at one point, we played pace car to a drunk couple riding (well, one was pushing) a grocery cart down the highway that between Yountville and some of the nearby wineries. Oh, right, and I used the pseudonym "Seymour Butts." Ah, to be young and dumb again.