When I buy something new, I try to show the item before it sells out in case you want one too. This week, I wore this casual soft white denim jacket to the grocery store and to run some errands for my parents. The stitching is gold/tan, with horn buttons. The fit is spot on, and the fabric is lightweight, making it perfect for spring or cool summer evenings. Since the material isn’t thick, turning up the cuffs doesn’t create bulk. I tried it with a black and white striped tee, but it showed through, so it is best over a light solid color tank or a scoop neck tee.
The best thing about trends is the sudden ease of finding those items at many price points. I have several jackets in this style and always enjoy them since they smarten up any look. The collarless jacket looks best with a scoop or v-neck top or a summer dress that fits close to the body.
The jacket is here. The gray tank top is here. The jeans are about three years old but are the same style as here. The shoes are here. (I like these loafers so much that I bought all three colors.) My handbag is from a few summers ago, but I found a similar one here. Similar sunglasses by the same designer are here.
I took pictures in different lighting in an attempt to show you the actual color and details of the jacket. It is a size medium, which is the size I usually buy.
I bought the collarless jacket here. The shorter style looks especially nice with dresses. The detailed stitching and absence of pockets at the bust are very slenderizing.