Sunday, July 25, 2010

1X3: Jean Jacket Part Two

When putting together a 1X3 post Im always searching for a piece that keeps coming up and this jean jacket could honestly have a part 2, part 3, part get the point. Ive featured this before way back when this feature just started but it kept coming up that it warrented another post. You can also see how its been styled with skirts and pants. Its great to throw on when it gets a little chilly in the summer or when you layer up in the spring and fall. If your lucky enough to live somewhere mild for the winter..again, you get my point.

Thanks to Look 10 for doing an update feature!
outfit 1: h&m jacket, uo scarf, topshop pants, bakers wingtips
outfit 2: topshop woven flats, target dress, f21 cuffs
outfit 3:divided dress, d&o sandals, Marie-Louise bag


Mici Milovaného said...

love all 3 styles,look great!

Anonymous said...

love this jacket, great red dress!

Wild Flower said...

I love this post idea your doing of revisitng garments/outfits. Totally love the middle outfit with the jacket with that gorgeous black tulle dress!
Awesome street style pics your doing too, nice work hon!

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