Why Chanel tweed jacket became the most classic piece in the fashion history.
Coco Chanel was the one who discovered the functionality of tweed fabric.
After two decades Chanel creates buckled tweed, which is similar, but has its own distinct look. In 1954 the iconic Boucle tweed jacket was born. The boucle tweed jacket was inspired by menswear, straight and fluid, without interfacing and provides absolute freedom of movement. The jacket was lined with silk and has delicate chain that ran along the seam to insure that the jacket falls perfectly. The tweed jacket became the most classic piece in the fashion history. Most amazing and influential women own and wear this fashion classic with grace. It has shined on the catwalks ever since reincarnated and given a new life by the creative director of the fashion house Karl Lagerfeld.
According to Lagerfeld, “Some things never go out of fashion: jeans, the white shirt, and the Chanel jacket”
The classic tweed Chanel jacket is a timeless piece that every woman deserves to have in her wardrobe.
You can easily wear it to the office but also to the dinner or a cocktail party. This iconic piece doesn’t have any age, style and season limitations. It’s also a great “investment piece”, this blazer never go uit of fashion and can be easily sold of passed to the next generation fashionistas. Moreover, it is a wardrobe staple that can be worn by anyone, adapting to each women’s personal flair and can be paired with anything, from blue jeans to the little cocktail dress.
How to wear this iconic tweed jacket in the modern way?