Tweed and Bell Sleeves

Jacket: Loft (on super sale!) Tee: Ann Taylor Jeans: Joe’s Jeans Belt: J.Crew (past season, linked similar) Shoes: Sam Edelman Purse: Sole Society Earrings: BaubleBar Bracelets: Hermes, David Yurman Sunglasses: Randolph (c/o) Lips: Nars in Chihuahua

To me, tweed is something that is a key part of spring fashion. I think I’ve picked up at least one new tweed piece (in a lighter color of course) the last three or four years during the spring. Yesterday I posted a teaser of this blog post on Instagram and made a comparison to tweed being about as groundbreaking for spring as florals are (Devil Wears Prada anyone?). After I posted that I started wondering- is tweed really a spring thing or is it just me? Seeing that stores are carrying so many pieces in this fabric, I thought it may be real, but a quick google search confirmed my suspicions. Last May, Vogue published this post calling tweed jackets the perfect transitional piece for spring. And just like that, it was a real life Miranda Priestly moment 🙂

Besides being tweed, this jacket also checks the box on the bell sleeve trend which is all over the place right now. Best of all probably is that it is now on MAJOR sale (70% off original price) making it a no-brainer. It looks fab with your fave pair of jeans, navy pants for the office and white jeans too- trust me, I’ve worn it every single way already! This jacket just whet my appetite for spring- I’m also crushing on this super chic dress. Check out below for a bunch more tweed pieces I found for your spring shopping pleasure!

Are you into tweed for Spring?

xoxo, Jenna

Photography by: Lovely Pictures Studio


    • Jenna at Boston Chic Party
      April 17, 2017 / 8:46 pm

      Thanks Courtney!

    • Jenna at Boston Chic Party
      April 22, 2017 / 9:26 am

      Thanks Taylor! It really is great with jeans or dressier pants for the office- thanks for the love 🙂

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