I grew up on the scenic shores of Lake Michigan in Petoskey, a town that has been a posh resort area since the 1800s. That's why a town of barely 6,000 (whose population tripled in the summers) had a Saks Fifth Avenue and a string of carriage-trade boutiques.
One of my favourites was Ed Behan's Tweed Shop, which carried a divine range of Scottish tweeds, cashmeres and thick mohair blankets. My mother, sister and I all had Eddie B. pieces; I recently gave my GF Alice a Tweed Shop traveling suit that was still perfect.
Etsy seller mysweetiepiepie is selling one of the signature items, a dark green wool herringbone fitted blazer with thick real horn buttons, lined in silk crepe. I remember this piece, and it is as desirable today as forty years ago.
This is how they made quality jackets... look at the scalloped and seamed pocket detail! Even without its nostalgic reference, one gorgeous blazer.
I'd love it, but the measurements (below) say it's for someone else. Price, $52.99.
Note: Measurements for body are for width of garment laid flat, not circumference. For example, waist is 35".
Shoulders: 16 1/2
Underarm to underarm: 19 3/4
Waist: 17 1/2
Length from under collar: 28