Several months ago I made my first bespoke commission at WW Chan (Pictures in the Chan Thread here). Wanting to keep things as simple and elemental as possible on this first go around, I opted for a worsted navy two button. There are some improvements to make on a future commission, but overall I'm very pleased and should have the financial means to order one or two other things this year. Problem is, I'm a bit at odds as to what I should order. And I don't think another suit will be the most useful for me. Looking at Manton's If you don't have this shit you should feel bad If you do not own these things then you are not well dressed thread, I have most everything except a good DB suit in either grey flannel or worsted navy. I'm not entirely satisfied with the quality of all the items on the list but I have them and they work, and what's more the a DB suit is not of much daily use to me. My work environment doesn't usually require me to wear a tie, so I don't typically wear a suit, and my day-to-day uniform is usually a sports jacket, trousers, and no tie. Additionally, I am quite young for my position and I feel like a DB suit in a business context is ostentatious, similar to why I don't wear contrast collars. So what I'm looking for are suggestions on what might be a good second commission with a focus on versatile sports jackets. I work with the IT industry and even the executives there are typically jacketless and in dockers/sports shirt, so I stick to the sports jacket only with the exception of a few rare suit and tie clients and occasions. Here's a quick list of what I own (jackets only, not including suits except where they can be broken up successfully) and perhaps y'all can source some ideas. If you have specific fabric recommendations that I can take to Chan's tour in Chicago later that would be even greater. I live in Ohio now and would love to have something that works for as close to year round as possible that can be worn to customer meetings. Sports Jackets 1. All-season Sulka navy herringbone (works as a blazer for me) 2. Heavy wool hopsack navy (F/W blazer surrogate) 3. Greyish brownish tweed - almost too professorial for business I feel, would be open to a more useful tweed jacket 4. Medium brown PoW Check cashmere/wool 5. Cashmere two-button jacket, camel color 6. Dark grey glen check cashmere/wool jacket, is a suit but works well as separates mostly, pattern is muted. 7. Black and white herringbone Harris Tweed 8. Howard Yount deep blue windowpane cashmere/wool sports jacket (the new one he just put up for sale) 9. Howard Yount light blue windowpane linen/wool (from last season) 10. Brown/tan linen/silk/wool Paul Stuart jacket 11. Bone/light khaki cotton jacket, very casual, don't typically wear to work 12. Seersucker suit/jacket 13. White linen jacket 14. Medium navy linen DB blazer suit - shitty quality, only wear for fun/dances Any suggestions as to what comes next?