Zana makes me feel so vain. But I’m not. I promise.
I had met Connie at the Chictopia office and the two of us decided to stop by Harputs to check in on Zana. I had been looking for a statement piece while resisting my ever-present urge to purchase more black and gray. As you can tell from this photo, though, I failed miserably.
I can’t believe what a ridiculously good deal this thing was. Constructed from a lightweight polyester/wool blend crepe, the “Swacket”, as the good folks of Harputs call this wonderful little Franken-garment, basically answers what I ask whenever I wake up: “What do I wear today?” There was a thicker double-faced wool version that was far out of my price range. But I wasn’t really looking for a big heavy coat anyway. The dropped sleeves, over-sized body, and intricate pattern basically means I can turn it upside-down, flip it in crazy ways; I like to think I spend more time playing with this jacket than just “wearing” it.
Also, Zana has pictures of Connie’s monster gloves. Please click and please drool.
(photo via Garbage Dress)

Zana makes me feel so vain. But I’m not. I promise.

I had met Connie at the Chictopia office and the two of us decided to stop by Harputs to check in on Zana. I had been looking for a statement piece while resisting my ever-present urge to purchase more black and gray. As you can tell from this photo, though, I failed miserably.

I can’t believe what a ridiculously good deal this thing was. Constructed from a lightweight polyester/wool blend crepe, the “Swacket”, as the good folks of Harputs call this wonderful little Franken-garment, basically answers what I ask whenever I wake up: “What do I wear today?” There was a thicker double-faced wool version that was far out of my price range. But I wasn’t really looking for a big heavy coat anyway. The dropped sleeves, over-sized body, and intricate pattern basically means I can turn it upside-down, flip it in crazy ways; I like to think I spend more time playing with this jacket than just “wearing” it.

Also, Zana has pictures of Connie’s monster gloves. Please click and please drool.

(photo via Garbage Dress)

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  1. notacomplexperson posted this

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