Rose Chase Me Bolero Jacket
Neutral and black is one of my favorite color combinations for the fall. The key is to use a smart black piece that is worth the contrast standout. Stylist duo Britt Bardo and Jewels Steger use the namesake Rose to create signature vintage inspired wear, one being the Chase Me Bolero Jacket. A two piece that can be worn as a savvy separate or the perfect pair, this jacket is worth showcasing as the star before a beige backdrop. Available at revolveclothing.com.
RIDING GIRL: Move aside Ichabod Crane. This girl is ready to mount her horse and ride in search of adventure. Bystanders won’t be able to overlook the cool double layered effect achieved by her jacket’s three-quarter sleeves. Credits: Rose Chase Me Bolero Jacket, Hard Tail waffle turtleneck, On Course riding pants and Miss Sixty boots.
WEATHER GIRL: She predicts cloudy skies with a chance of drizzle. While others pop open their umbrellas, this chic meteorologist would rather pop out her collar. Credits: Rose Chase Me Bolero Jacket (vest), Burberry trench dress, tsesay gloves and Rachel Comey Penpal Leather Boots.
HOBBLE GIRL: What used to be the corset of our bottom half, the contemporary hobble skirt is no longer a restriction. It seems fitting that it should be paired with the most liberating little black jacket. Let loose some frills or ruffles and unbutton your vest. Credits: Rose Chase Me Bolero Jacket, Twenty8Twelve tank, VPL Delineated Hobble Skirt and Hugo Boss booties.
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