of the jacket
When you remove the scarf you reveal a round neckline that fits perfectly and shoulders that give a rounded form at the same time as making them visually straight. Because of its cut, this jacket combines better with both straight, wide or skinny pants, than with short skirts, whether they are flared or not.
If you prefer baggy pants, see how leaving the scarf on the jacket looks even better because it envelops your body and this really gives you a presence.
To complete the look, put on a pair of sneakers; these can be chunkier or more delicate ones if you prefer.
This three-quarter length garment also goes perfectly with cut-off trousers, and here you can play with more sporty shoes or flat lace-ups. While I’m not a fan of wearing this jacket with long skirts, long dresses are another matter.
Hairstyle & Make up: In both looks, makeup and hairstyle depend on the style you want to project, how you combine it with what you put on your lower half, rather than being dictated by whether or not you leave the scarf on. Makeup and hairstyle should both be natural, always with your mind on casual, as in not overdone.
Bear in mind that the style of the jacket and the woolen yarn fabric it is crafted in already give it a classic feel, albeit one that is broken up by the side zip. But if we create a look which is not overworked, we can go beyond classic.
Why have I designed it?
I love comfortable and timeless garments but they have to have a strength about them, so I created this classic three-quarter to be worn however and whenever you like, whatever your style.
Agnés Sunyer quality certificate: The fabric used in this garment has been manufactured specifically for the brand by a sustainable workshop, where professionals have a decent salary.