If you have read my blog for long, you know that my fashion posts are not ordinarily filled with photos of me modeling the garments. I am not all that comfortable in front of the camera. I prefer to show you how you can put the outfit together with other accessories. However, this Andin Jacket by Aimee G for Artful Home forced me out of my comfort zone. It is an investment piece, but a lovely one!
This is one of the most interesting jackets I have ever owned. The fit is extremely flattering and the fabric gives. I have the small and it fits me like a glove. My daughter is more of a medium and it fits her beautifully as well. I have a feeling someone might be borrowing this one.
Please disregard the wrinkles and double chin. Nothing like a real life model with plenty of faults!
The attention to detail in the design of this coat is wonderful. It is a cobwebby sweater knit over a grayish taupe liner. It has charcoal and gray suiting detail at the shoulders and wrists. For our mild winters here, nothing but a light turtleneck or tee would be needed underneath. Add a heavier sweater and you could wear it almost anywhere in winter. For all the details check out the picture on the beautiful model.
Here is what I am wearing with my Andin Jacket. It doesn’t need much accouterment, let it be the star.
From left to right top bracelet and bottom bracelets French Kande. Middle bracelet thin faultline cuff from Artful Home, Andin Coat from Artful Home, Scarf Banana Republic, Shoes I am wearing are Franco Sarto (no longer available) these are similar only velvet! I LOVE this braided leather tote from one of my favorite boutiques in Paso Bijou. If you click on the Instagram link and direct message Camilla I am sure she will get one to you! Spanx faux leather leggings.
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**This post was sponsored by Artful Home. I received compensation for writing this post.