JARRET will not let itself be pigeon-holed just so: it can be a successful outer piece or a stylish jacket introducing a lovely variation into otherwise rather conventional office outfits. And why not try wearing it in a casual version?
Check and embroidery
The piece features a check in a well-matching subdued red, dark blue and cream colour palette. Eyesight is immediately caught by the fancy buttons lined on the sleeves. To top it off, a brooch is perched on one side.
What to match it with?
JARRET will prove a versatile item to have: feel free to combine it in plenty of less predictable sets. Pairing it with a denim mustard turtleneck, shirts, fitting trousers, pencil skirts or quite tight-fitting formal dress. And if you are more into loose fitting styles, do not hesitate to balance it with laid-back boyfriend or marble jeans. Slip some flats on, some judicious amount of jewellery and a dapper headgear, such as a leather cap.