The jacket allows for so much. It store things -various devices, breath mints, papers you might want to dramatically spring on people. It hide things -shirt wrinkles, sweat stains, sharply sloping shoulders. But more important, it suggest things -that you aren’t lazy, that you aren’t stupid, that you aren’t the kind of person who take things for granted.
-Ross Mccammon, an articles editor at Esquire magazine-