You'd do well to consult a good dictionary before correcting other people. In the most recent edition of the OED, one of the definitions for an "anachronism" is "something conspicuously old-fashioned". Of course, if you knew Ancient Greek you would also know that the word's etymological components "ana-" and "khronos" mean "backwards" and "time", respectively. So the word literally means "backwards in time", not "out of chronology" as you seem to have guessed.
Can anyone suggest a nice tweed in a black and white palette for a sport coat? I am thinking of something like a Russell Plaid in B&W. But maybe a barleycorn could look good. Maybe even a salt and pepper donegal. Examples of made up coats would also be welcome though ultimately I need to choose an available cloth.
OK. I think I know now that I don't want a salt & pepper Donegal. Thanks. Something like Forex's Breanish (which I dropped the ball on - will get to it this week) but in a heavier weight would be ideal.
I don't and a B&W herringbone is under consideration. The Molloy one looks nice, but I think I would like a slightly larger scale - not quite overcoat scale, but closer than the one shown on the Molloy site.