1/26/2017

3 Jackets You Need In Your Closet Right Now

I love a good jacket.  It can instantly change the mood of an outfit.  Besides being a great staple for any wardrobe, these three types of jackets bring a coolness factor to any look. Here you have a moto, jean, and a varsity jacket. Each have details that make each one special.  These are actually very basic items, but when you are looking for the perfect one for you, keep in mind the little details of the jacket that can make it special.  I'm always looking for cool hardware, gold zippers, pronounced buttons, and even a different cut.  Let's dive into the jackets I chose and what make me pick them. 






The Moto: I must confess I probably have about 5 motorcycle jackets.  A classic and most memorable on the iconic James Dean it has been a classic in our wardrobes and makes anyone just look cool.  You can wear these with a ball gown or with jeans and you will look fabulous either way.  You can find this particular moto here.   I picked this one because of the sheer piece attached. It's super cute, but the cropped cut of the jacket is what drew me to it as well. If you weren't crazy about the sheer piece you could easily cut it out and no one would know the difference. I got this jacket in a 2x, I also put some additional options below. 


The Jean Jacket - As classic and Americana as they come, this is a must for any closet. What I love about this jacket, from Beth Ditto, is the longer 80s cut and great artwork on the back.  It's a awesome twist on a classic item. See other fab options below.




Bomber/Varsity Jacket - Varsity Jackets are generally in a bomber style and tend to go and come in terms of trendiness.  This jacket by Ashley Nell Tipton is adorable and has some fabulous details that include sequins sleeves and these cute pins (it comes with 3 pins the Chanel pin is mine).  Find my additional selections below.






Dress - Eloquii, Moto Jacket - JCPenney, Jean Jacket - Beth Ditto, Varsity Jacket - JCPenney, Handbag - Milly, Sunnies - Garnerstyle, Shoes - GuiltySoles

Photography:  Jesse Campbell