Jacket in Pink – Geometric Story
Geometry above all!
A jacket, or women’s blazer, is a type of garment which is easy to look elegant and effective in.
Pink to myself!
Jacket in Pink with gray elements and a decidedly short cut is appropriate in combination with classic jeans, also fit with a simple black dress. Half-hip length, lining, straight cut, waistline, top finished with spectacular puffs makes it also attractive for casual clothes. Mixing different styles allows for an original look that will make your walk down the street and get noticed!
Some of history!
Jackets became famous in the 1950s thanks to Coco Chanel. Fashion designers created a tweed jacket inspired by men’s fashion, contrary to the then prevailing trends. Actresses and elegant women from the 1950s and 1960s loved it. The original design of the „Chanel jacket” resembled a simple cardigan with a semi-circular neckline without a collar and four pockets arranged in two rows. This ensamble was completed with piping in a contrasting color and silk lining. The design was diversified by a thin chain sewn inside and its presence provided a perfect modeling of the figure.
Women’s jackets – inspirations
Designers’ ideas for blazers have evolved over the decades. Depending on what we combine it with, it can be part of a business outfit as well as a casual one. The jacket can be classic and very subdued, as well as modern, with a bold design and colors.
- classic jacket Lacoste Spring 2020 Ready to Wear
- double-row buttoned jacket Escada Spring 2020 Ready to Wear
- bolero jacket Nina Ricci Fall 2020 Ready to Wear
- short checkered jacket Christian Dior Fall 2020 Ready to Wear
- oversize jacket Escada Spring 2019 Ready to Wear
- fitted Chanel Jacket Chanel Spring 2019 Ready to Wear
- simple jacket without buttons Roksanda Fall 2018 Ready to Wear
jacket with a geometric pattern Naeem Khan Fall/ winter 2018 Ready to Wear
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It’s worth asking for suggestion about clothing, thanks to that we are able to STAND OUT from the crowd!