I am keeping with wool jackets and this lightweight jacket is constructed from two different tweeds. The main body is made from a black/grey tweed and the facings from a brown/grey herringbone. Both are incredibly soft.
The jacket is fitted with a slight flare to the back skirt.
The front has a draped side which creates a lovely cowl neck when fastened. All edges of jacket are left unfinished so will slightly fray.
Because the jacket is so soft, it is ideal for wearing like a cardigan under heavy coats for extra warmth on these very cold days but will also look great come spring worn on top of a simple dress. The simple dress in the photo is this dress made in a wool jersey with a cotton voile trim added to the hemline. Again, another preview!