Given the multitude of ways you can wear your denim jacket there is no reason to limit your closet to just one. I have two that I rotate between and love them both.Read More
Leather Jacket - I am all about the investment piece for a leather jacket. It never goes out of style and more often than not you may be wearing it with fancier outfits. So pick a high quality one that will last you a lone time. Real leather also softens with wear so over time it will only get comfier and more broken in. If buying a real leather jacket is not in the budget right now, there are some affordable vegan leather options on the market. Tip - make sure the hand-feel (design term for just what it sounds like, the hand-feel) is soft and supple.
Army Jacket - I’m army jacket is the final piece that rounds out the perfect jacket collection. More casual than leather, this style pairs perfectly with feminine prints or silhouettes, adding just a hint of masculinity and toughness. This style is great from a practical perspective too, as it is easy to layer, packs up small and with many pockets. I find myself running out for errands or walking the dog with just my phone and keys, those pockets definitely come in handy! The jacket I am wearing here is actually one designed/sold by me through my shop, www.magillclothing.com - while I’m surely biased, I think it’s the perfect army jacket to add into your rotation!
Denim Jacket - My denim jacket is probably one of my most worn items since I moved to San Diego. We all know that jeans match with everything and the same goes for a denim jacket. Dress it up, dress it down. There are many different washes out there but you can’t go wrong with a simple medium wash with some distressing.
Jeans are the workhorse of the modern-day wardrobe so it makes sense that denim jackets would follow suit and be equally versatile. For spring and summer there is no better staple to have in your closet than a jean jacket.Read More
The thing I love most about denim jackets is the texture and dimension they add to a look. If you think about denim in general, it has a lot of shades of blue going on- it has fading, it sometimes has distressing or can even have rips with white threads peeking out.Read More
When I first found out I needed glasses I was nine years old and I cried. A lot. I felt like I was doomed to be a nerd for the rest of my life. So dramatic, I know. Although, considering how often I go to the library these days, maybe my fears were not that far off...Read More