Summer Jacket Styles

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A good jacket is an essential piece in everybody's wardrobe. Find out about great summer jacket styles with help from a New York-based fashion stylist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Hillary Cooper, a New York City-based fashion stylist, here to talk to you about the best ways to wear a Summer jacket. An essential piece in everybody's wardrobe is a perfectly fitted and great looking jean jacket, super versatile, terrific with a zipper or with buttons. I prefer a zipper because it tends to be a little bit more body conscious, a little bit more flattering to most women and terrific over a tank top, a T-shirt with a great scarf at the neckline. I love a collar on it, a notched collar. I also love it in this shade of denim, a little distressed, looks great in dark denim too, that tends to be more Fall Winter in my mind. I love a white jean jacket in the Summertime. Another great jacket to wear in the Summer is something short and fun and this is a great vintage jacket that has that terrific patent leather look to it and looks great with white jeans, looks great with shorts, looks great with a jean shirt or jean shorts. It can be worn with cargos. It's just a little extra piece that you can put on over a tank top just to give you a little warmth when you are someplace that's very air conditioned. I always bring a jean jacket or a fun jacket like this to the movies in the Summertime and to restaurants. It just, it's an extra layering piece but it doesn't look like it's Fall or Winter, especially in a jean jacket, especially in white, really to me it reads like a Summertime coverup. Also, you can never go wrong being cold on the beach and throwing a jean jacket on over a bathing suit with a sarong on the bottom and a bikini top or a one piece, looks terrific, chic and always pulled together. So great ways to wear Summer jackets.


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