Love this tweed lemon coloured jacket bought from Zara from last spring collection. It had off white elasticated waist and cuff. The extra detail I love about this jacket is it has two section zips that can open from the bottom half or top half. This gives you more flexibility on how you want to wear the jacket. The jacket is all lined, so it is quite warm considering it is only the mid February, temperature is around 7 degree today and it's quite Windy, but even without a coat I don't feel so cold. Here are the two different looks.
Which one you prefer?! The bottom two pictures are taken today. The ref notes are for today's outfit.
Thanks for reading!
An early rise this morning--which is quite unusual, as-Monday is always the hardest day to get out of bed!
With yesterday's all day's work of re-organising my entire wardrobe, I can easily find the clothes I wanted! The jacket and pants plus the sweater are two newly bought items from Zara. Although the pants waist is elasticated, and I think it's one size bigger for me for its laid-back, casual fit style, nevertheless, when the price is good, anything is OK, all I need is a little adjustment to the waist and even for the non-skilful pair of hands of mine, it's not a difficult task!
The jacket is fake leather, burgundy colour, four large pocket, straight cut-with precision. In the first instant to see the coat is the colour-rich and deep, dark chocolate brown, and the military like four square large pockets. I don't know about your guys, but I am obsessed with pocket, I like the instant access to my phone, my car key, lipstick, coin purse etc... If I am a designer, I will desire all the casual outwear with pockets, put your hands in pockets gives you an instant laid back, approachable look. I am so happy to see their are designers put pockets on evening gowns now! How lovely and cute!
The jacket is not heavy, I also like its length, doesn't get in your way of getting in and out of the car. Also, crease free-obviously!!
The pants is also a great find, two slanted pockets front, and two at the back. The jacket and pants is not a matching outfit, but they go so well together.
Here it is the picture. What do you think?
Jacket, Sweater and Pants: Zara
Ankle Boots: B&G