Wednesday, October 13, 2010

The Riding Jacket

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Dior Homme sunglasses, Black Fleece by Thom Browne riding jacket and trousers, Kenneth Cole NY men's nylon shirt, 9w shoes
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This jacket sold out on me last year, so I didn't hesitate this time around when Black Fleece brought it back! My tailor did a beautiful job finishing the cuffs. Riding jackets remind of Tippi Hedren in Alfred Hitchcock's Marnie:
Tippi Hedren in Alfred Hithcock's Marnie
"The idea was to kill myself, not feed the damn fish." -Marnie


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15 comments:

  1. Love this, looks like I might have to try and make it an addition to my wardrobe too. Also very appreciative of the Hitchcock reference, great movie and great wardrobe!x
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  2. Fab jacket! I adore the button details.

    ♥ V
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  3. this would look amazing on Stacey!

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  4. I love riding jackets. For some reason riding jackets remind me of George Sand who took to wearing men's clothes long before Chanel. When I was young she was a source of fascination for me and she was often potrayed wearing a riding jacket.

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  5. I saw the front and thought, nicely cut blazer...but then, ahh , the back! It's amazing! Lauren

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  6. The buttons running down the back - beautiful.

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  7. What a gorgeous jacket! I especially love the buttons on the back!
    xx

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  8. love the Hitchcock reference you made. .and the pairing with a men's shirt. this jacket is a work of art

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  9. too good. i love a riding jacket, it's elegant in a sporty, purposeful way.

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  10. perfect. note to self: find better tailor. gorgeous fit and a wonderful, classic cut. i like that it looks kind of like my long firma jacket. :)

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  11. Love it.
    A very flattering look. The trousers are classic.

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  12. Great tailored outfit. Love the pop of color with those blue suede shoes. xo style, she wrote

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  13. the fact that you use references in your posts makes your outfit choices even more interesting and contextual to the reader.
    the jacket's back view is a nice surprise.
    your background really makes the dark outfit stand out. (and it looks like one of my kitchen re-dos!)
    xo

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  14. Very nice reference there! Marnie is one of my favourite Hitchcock films but Psycho will always be on top.

    I also loved Sean Connery in Marnie. Maybe I should look up to an outfit post inspired by his role in Marnie. haha

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