Chanel-esque Lookbook: Tweed & Pom Poms

Tweed jackets are one of those items that instantly embodies the Chanel name; classic and timeless. However, Chanel tweed jackets are pretty pricey to start, so when Jean from Extrapetite introduced a more practical alternative, I was definitely tempted

I hemmed and hawed for a few months before finally putting an order in with Uniqueen. The jacket arrived within two weeks from Canada and at first glance, the jacket was thicker than I had imagined and a little bulky. I didn’t mind it as much since it kept me warm during cold nights out. Later, Jean clarified on her blog that this particular jacket was the winter version with the quilted lining versus the satin lining for spring currently in stock on the website. The jacket comes in several spring colors now (pink, yellow, blue and green); haven’t decided if I might get pink in the satin version. We shall see. =D

I opted for the blue version of this jacket, because I just love that you can see the contrast of colors between the threads. When I saw this pink pom pom skirt on F21 clearance pile, I couldn’t wait to pair it up with this jacket and see how it would look.

Outfit:

Uniqueen’s Malang tweed jacket (winter); forever 21 blouse and pom pom skirt (recent); Asos box chain disc necklace; Elizabeth and James Blink pumps; David Yurman Black Onyx Ring; Chanel 2.55 reissue large (Paris, 31 Rue Cambon)

I hope you enjoyed this look and thanks for reading!

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  1. Those shoes are hotttt!!

    xo, tasha
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  2. @Natasha xoxo lol – thx! =D

  3. I love the jacket! What size did you get in it? I’m torn if the medium would be to big or the small be too tight.

  4. @Mrs.Choe thank u! i did get the jacket in S but feel it’s a bit loose on me. they currently only have the satin lining – no more quilted. hth! =)

  5. Love the jacket- you look great! Im debating between S and M. Would you mind giving your measurements and height? More important your shoulder length? (if you dont feel comfortable i totally get it!! I just want to get a better idea as to how it fits and which size to get!) thank you!