Outfit Post: Kiki Jacket Two Ways
Sometimes I feel like a broken record saying how much I love my Kiki jackets… but I love my Kiki jackets. I’ve shown how I wear this jacket before with a more formal outfit in this post, but I wanted to show how I wear the jacket in early fall and later in the fall as well. While a cropped tweed jacket might seem to only go with afternoon tea or strolling the Tuileries in Paris, I love wearing mine with a more unexpected outfit.
Tory Leather belt
J. Crew Perfect-Fit turtleneck*
Tory Leather belt
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2 thoughts on “Outfit Post: Kiki Jacket Two Ways”
I’m surprised how well Ann Mashburn’s Kiki Jacket seems to pair with just about everything. And now I’m reminded of my tailor, who creates a similar design concept with a lot of her outerwear: She removes any stand collars and creatively refinishes the seams. (She told me she hates the feeling of having anything around her neck besides scarves.) It definitely works!
I notice that J. Crew has a similar offering this fall, which might be a decent alternative for someone who likes the look but needs something at a lower price point.
Yes, it goes with everything! It’s a really wonderful jacket. I think your tailor has a great outlook on style–I don’t mind a collar but lately I’ve found myself drawn more to turtlenecks instead of traditional shirt collars, and then pairing with a collarless jacket as seen here.
Yes, I’ve seen the J. Crew offering and I am impressed by their return to the J. Crew heyday! Depending on the quality, I think it’s a great choice for an alternate. I also found a beautiful version at BA&SH, which is pricier but still less of an investment: https://ba-sh.com/us/p/jacket-momy-noir-3664784426783.html