My vote is for terrible as well, but one has to experiment if one doesn’t want it to be boring. I love the three flannel shirts I’m including because they really take it in a different direction. I was thinking of having a fourth shirt but couldn’t find anything different enough that worked. Eg, putting a knit on it and making it into a cardigan. That worked, was convincing, but was a bit boring and didn’t work well with the other pieces that at least have a distinct style to them.
You know ... it might could work if you could widen the lapels a bit and then counterchange the jacket in solids, like in heraldry or a harlequin/jester top. (But not that sort of color, necessarily.) You’d need at least three different colors. Say the mesh top is still black, left lapel and right side of jacket are silver, and the right lapel and left side of the jacket are dark red or dark green or something like that. Tricky to manage—you don’t necessarily want it to read harlequin—but that could work. Or maybe even go full patchwork on the jacket body, but solid on the lapels. You don’t necessarily want too much pattern in the jacket body, because as long as the mesh is big enough to read as mesh, you’d have clashing patterns. As long as the mesh is a different color than any of the ones in the jacket, that could work.