We picked a white motorcycle jacket and a tweedy lady jacket to go with the boyfriend jean. Each takes you somewhere without changing what's underneath.
For guys it's really easy to throw on a jacket and pull your look together. That's a tip women can borrow.
Jacket design: When I design a jacket, I go for style but also movement. If it doesn't move well, it won't be your favorite.
My style advice? Don't complicate it. Men have the ease of dressing down.
City Biker We added ponte panels at the sides and sleeves to give this leather jacket a leaner, flattering silhouette. The leather is amazingly soft–no hard edges here. Shop >
Knit Wit I love this tweedy little jacket! It's sculpted with ponte panels so it really moves. Pair it with our striped bateau neck tee and a skinny jean for the perfect weekend look. Shop >
Tux Redux This jacket was inspired by a man's 1950s vintage tuxedo jacket in my own closet. Streamlined and shaped, it's feminine and easy. Tropical Suiting is one of my favorite fabrics–it has such a great drape. Shop >
Handloomed I can't say enough about stripes–they are very important for Spring 2014. I recommend this handloomed scarf to complete your look. It seems to work with everything. Shop >
Dinner Jacket Silk is great for jackets–it drapes so beautifully you don't have to do a lot of tailoring. We gave this one a feminine twist with a shirttail hem and 3/4 sleeves. Shop >
Go Flamingo This Organic Linen Jersey top looks like it's all about attitude, but actually it's a versatile layering piece. The higher neckline and angled hem are great under jackets. Shop >