Fashion Cents: Jean Jacket Style

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

--By Kimberly Turner

Rumor has it that the first jean jacket was designed in 1873 by Levi's. That would make the jean jacket 138 years old! But unlike many things back in that time, the jean jacket has remained pretty much the same. Sometimes it gets a little added bling or color or lengthened or shortened or distressed or chained get it; but in the end, the classic style continues to endure. And there is good reason to keep this classic style around, it is adds an easy and fashionable layer of warmth plus it can tone down a dressy outfit or dress up a really casual one.

If you stick with a classic style and a dark wash you will find (if you don't already know) that it can be one of your most worn wardrobe pieces. And the bonus, it doesn't have to cost you a lot. I bought the one I wore in this video from Old Navy for only $25.

Now watch the video for more jean jacket style. Make sense?

Kimberly Turner
Kimberly Turner, your personal style guru, is a contributing writer for Adventures in the Stiletto Jungle. Kimberly has an MBA from the University of Michigan and an Image Consulting Certification from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. Kimberly lives in the Windy city of Chicago and is the host of