So ,what is a shacket I hear you say? Well, it is a cross between a shirt and a jacket. It is built on the same idea of a Coatigan which is a cross between a coat and a cardigan. Both works well if you are driving to work and don’t need a coat or for that time when it is too warm for a coat but not warm enough to go without. The shackets are much more casual than the coatigan and work well with jeans and trousers. So, have you embraced the trend of a shacket yet?
Have you embraced the trend of a shacket yet?
I bought myself one in the sales after Christmas from Zara in a lovely bright red cord. I got a lot of wear out of it during our lock down walks and well into the spring. So, I think they are a good investment for a casual wear particularly if you are an outside person. I have picked a few for you to choose from here.
I found this one at Next a cosy checked shacket in a blue and white check. It also comes in a pink check too and retails at £42.00. This colour I thought would work well with jeans and looks nice and cosy.
Your shacket does not have to be casual.
For a smarter look I found this one on Asos.com. It is called Envii Clematis Shirt Shacket in Cream. It is more expensive at £75.00 but you can pay in three instalments or if you sign up to their app you can get 20% off so that could be an option. I love the way she has styled this with the scarf in the neck and if worn with smart trousers it really would be a smart outfit.
A shacket that is more like a coat.
This one I found in Marks & Spencer & Spencer and is more like a coat in that it is a Teddy checked shacket. It comes in this blue check and a camel check and retails at £59.00 and has some great reviews. This is more of a coat, and I am guessing it will be a lot warmer.
Here I have given you a few options of embracing the shacket trend. I would be interested to hear what your views are. You can email on my details below or comment at the bottom of this blog.
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