Why is a great denim jacket a wardrobe basic for women of all ages? They are:
- always in style, classic
- relatively affordable (especially from Gap)
- great for layering an outfit for an extra layer of warmth
- lightweight and versatile over pants or a dress
- can look casual yet pulled together
Now is the time to get a jean jacket if you don’t have one in your closet. Today, Cindy, Annie, our friend Sheri and I are discussing how to wear them and even make yours unique. Their links are at the end of the post.
Gap For Great Well-made, Affordable Denim
My blue jeans jacket is at least 10 years old from Gap and is a staple in my wardrobe. I believe they make the best denim jackets! It’s equally at home:
On The Streets of Paris
Usually, I roll the cuffs on this medium wash, classic denim jacket.
Or At “Happy Hour” At An Outdoor Cafe In Orlando
This is in my son’s neighborhood.
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How to make your cotton denim jacket unique with:
Mermade Brooklyn Embroidery
We have admired Annie’s hand embroidery done by Mermade Brooklyn.
The owner, Meredith, says: “My mother always taught me that details matter and I have taken this lesson to heart. I handle each piece with love and care and hope that it is used and enjoyed for many years.”
I sent my old beloved jacket to her with this mock-up that I did in Canva.
Here is her beautiful work after:
I love it! It’s so special now. Don’t you want her to create something personal for you or a loved one?
I was cleaning the extra tall hurricane-impact door windows for our recent Front Porch Decor post (that generated lots of discussion in the comments).
Blue Indigo Denim Jackets Are Essential But So Are:
White Denim Jackets
I actually had to donate my old super fitted (#tootight and part of that is my fault with the Covid lbs. that never left) white denim jacket for this new one from Gap.
Let’s see what my friends are recommending for jeans jackets!