EVERY WOMAN NEEDS A DENIM JACKET
I recently added this insane Galit Zituny jacket to my wardrobe and I can’t get enough. Isn’t it gorgeous?! It’s made by Galit Zituny who is an Israeli designer who I absolutely LOVE! She moved to Los Angeles from Israel a while ago and recently started getting back to her designing roots. I’m beyond excited to see her designing again, she was one of the first designers I started working with when I started Tel Aviv Couture. Her pieces are always next level and made with the most amazing fabrics and details.
This denim jacket is one of the first pieces she’s made in LA. This particular denim jacket is made from a heavy French terry knit, the fabric was even manufactured in LA! Because of the fabric used in this piece, it’s unlike any other denim jacket you will own. This piece has quickly become a favorite of mine and my clients. I want to LIVE in this because it’s so soft and comfortable. Galit doesn’t have an online store for purchases yet, however you want to purchase this jacket email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’ve been having so much fun experimenting with different ways to style my denim jacket, I decided to share some of my favorites with you!
Wear With White Layers
I love wearing white all year long, and can’t get enough of how great white layers look paired with a denim jacket. White layers next to denim really pops making the jacket the statement piece of the outfit. Not to mention, it’s perfect for the transition from winter to spring!
Pair With a Turtleneck
It’s still a bit chilly in Chicago right now, and throughout the springtime, I love the contrasting necklines with the jacket and turtleneck. It’s a great way to stay warm and change the look of the jacket, instead of wearing a simple t-shirt or tank underneath.
Add Statement Accessories
Accessories complete any look, and can really add a fun twist to your denim jacket. Throwing on a statement hat, sunnies and shoes (or any other statement accessory) is all you need to add major chic factor to your jacket.