Still Rocking My Blue Jean Jacket!

I have a lot of favorite things in my closet, and right up there at the top is my faithful “go-to” piece….my blue jean jacket.  I seriously don’t know what I would do without it.  I know that sounds crazy to some, but true blue jean lovers get it.  I have always loved casual comfort over high fashion.  And dressing up, while dressing down is my choice of style every time!

This fun piece can literally be worn anywhere and anytime.  You can dress it up or dress it down with every wearing.  Church, dinner, work, sporting events, movies….the list is endless.  You can bedazzle it, add a scarf, throw on a necklace, add a pin, or just wear as is.  I love pairing it up with comfortable jeans, a midi skirt or a sundress.  I can layer it with a turtleneck as the days get colder very easily.

My 16 month old granddaughter rocks hers and at 66 I have no plans to retire this look.  The first denim blue jean jacket was created in 1880 by Levi Strauss, ten years after he created the blue jeans.  It has been a consistent part of fashion wardrobes since the 1960’s and is still going strong in 2018.

Price range varies with denim jackets, but staying in my $25 and under range works easily for me.  And almost every clothing store and retail outlet has a selection in stock, and not to mention there is a vast selection to find online.  Variations of the denim jackets come in multiple colors and yes, I have one in black and in white.

I hope you consider adding one to your closet.  You won’t regret it and I guarantee you will find it having increasing uses throughout your week.  Count on that!   

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