Casual Chic

Soft Versatility – Your Jacket, 3 Ways

By on October 13, 2011, in Fashion Trends, Soft Surroundings

Investing in a quality, stylish jacket is always a good idea in the fall months.  During this transitional period, it’s smart to have an apparel piece you can rely on to make you look great, every time. Even better, select a jacket that is versatile and can go with several different looks, increasing its practicality.  One type of jacket is the ubiquitous denim jacket. Whether with jeans, a skirt or dress pants, a nice-fitting denim jacket always looks sharp. We have another jacket that we believe is just as stylish and versatile as the denim jacket and will instantly add class and style to your fall closet. .. this jacket is our recently debuted Cambridge Jacket.

Cambridge Jacket

This fully-lined jacket is elegantly designed in the traditional blazer style in classic glen plaid. The princess seams give it an exceptionally flattering shape. The Cambridge Jacket is tailored with classic, never-out-of-style details like a stand collar, back vent, on-seam pockets, cuffed sleeves and smart buttons. Currently offered in both Misses and Women’s sizing, the Cambridge Jacket is crafted from a blend of polyester, recycled wool, acrylic and nylon. The interior lining is polyester. You may view how this jacket fits on a body by viewing our product video on the product detail page: http://www.softsurroundings.com/P/Cambridge_Jacket/.

It is one thing to say a jacket is versatile; it’s another thing entirely to show you how it is done. Our stylists have done that for you, so you can see how easy it is to get three distinct looks from the Cambridge Jacket.

Casual Chic

The fashionable Knit Beret, not-your-granny’s Heirloom Boots, and figure-flattering jeans are what make this ensemble casual chic. Perfect for day in the country or an in-town coffee break with friends.

Casual Chic

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Posh Perfection

For a dressier affair, add a silk scarf, knee-high boots, and cashmere and leather gloves to keep your hands toasty while out-of-doors. Combine these pieces with fashionable faux riding pants, and this look is all posh perfection.

Posh Perfection

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Traditional Twist

For a look that moves seamlessly between a day at work or a Sunday brunch,  pair the Cambridge jacket with a soft knit turtleneck, stylish brown leather belt, and an ankle-length denim skirt. Add our Heirloom Boots or another high-heeled boot favorite, and you now have a traditional twist.

Traditional Twist

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  • Janice

    I love love love that you have shown me 3 ways to wear this jacket. I have had my eye on it for some time but held back ordering it as I didn’t know if it was worth the money. But now that you have shown me the versatility it will be my next purchase right after Christmas. Please keep showing us ways to get the most bang for our bucks. Thanks for the fashion lesson look forward to learning more.

  • Soft Surroundings

    Fay,

    Thanks for your post. We have passed along your request for an XSmall Cambridge Jacket to Customer Service. We’ll keep our fingers crossed for you! We appreciate your business, thanks again.

    Soft Surroundings

  • Fay

    I would really like this jacket in an XSMALL. I had to return the small. If you get any returns in the XSMALL, please notify me and I will buy it!
    Thanks from a good customer,
    Fay Bisno

  • Soft Surroundings

    Roberta,

    Thank you for your inquiry about the Cambridge Jacket. This item turned out to be very popular with our customers, so we actually sold more than we had originally anticipated. We do have some stock left in the Misses Small or Womens 2X. Unfortunately, we are completely out of stock for the remaining sizes and do not anticipate getting in more this season. Since The Cambridge Jacket was so popular, we will certainly be looking at the possibility of bringing it back next winter.

    Please let us know if there is anything else we can help you with.

    Soft Surroundings

  • Roberta

    Why is this discontinued? I wanted to order…..

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