The Womens Denim Jean Jacket An American Classic

The Womens Denim Jean Jacket An American Classic

The denim jacket has been around for a long time and it’s definitely a classic that doesn’t go out of fashion.  I have to say that right now it is having a “big moment” as I have seen a big resurgence of all kinds of denim jean jackets lately.  It can make an outfit more casual or edgier and can definitely turn a mediocre outfit into one that makes a statement.

One of the ways I have always loved to pair my denim jacket is with a soft fluid dress.  So I thought why not throw on my D&G classic denim jacket over my soft and flowy dress for a fun shopping day in Santa Monica on a beautiful Sunday.  To top it all off I am wearing it with my Michael Kors gladiator sandals that I have been living in this entire summer.  I have to admit that I have gotten a lot of complements and inquiries about these sandals this summer so they were definitely a great find!

This kind of an outfit would pretty much look great on anyone and I am sure most people have a summery dress and a denim jacket, so go ahead put them on with some sandals and jewelry and you are good to go.





Blue Jean jacket – D&G

Dress – Leon Max

Gladiator Sandals – Michael Kors

Bag – Prada

Sunglasses – Prada

Location Santa Monica – Third Street Promenade


Posted by nora minassian

Jacket Society was launched in the fall of 2013 by fashion designer Nora Minassian. Jacket Society is about Nora’s passion for classical and stylish easy to wear women’s fashionable jackets and blazers. Nora earned her BA degree in fashion design and merchandising from Otis College of Arts & Design and has worked in the fashion industry for many years, travelling to the fashion capitals of the world to keep up with current fabric and style trends. Nora started this website and fashion blog to showcase and sell her favorite jacket styles that are all designed and manufactured in Los Angeles, California. On this site she will share her experience and knowledge of women’s fashion and present her unique sense of style by giving her fans and customers an opportunity to follow her jacket styling tips and secrets, emphasizing her favorite current and past classical jacket styles and be able to offer selection of her favorites for sale here on her Jacket Society website.

  1. Your jacket looks great as it appears to be slightly fitted. That’s my problem with jean jackets, they always end up looking too boxy. Thanks for sharing all these options!



    1. Hi Chelsey,
      I know what you mean, I bought this jacket in Europe years ago (its D&G) and one of the main reasons I keep it, is because of the fitted shape. Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting.


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