A certain Miss Rachel P. has just secured herself this very cool Free People jacket:
Now, at first glance it's all fine and good--it's got the military inspiration and the flattering shape and the edgy yet classy cut that you could easily dress up or down--okay, maybe "fine and good" was a bit of an understatement. But it's the back that really makes this jacket.
So cute and unexpected right?? This is a great piece because you could throw it on with some really boring jeans and really boring shoes and a really boring shirt underneath and no accessories on your very worst hairday ever and people would still be coming up to you all day going, "Oh my god you look amazing! What's your secret? Can we be friends?"
If a garment can gain you a gaggle of superficial hangers on, then it is a good garment indeed (and no, I don't have an excuse for the gratuitous alliteration).