File this under cost-per-wear benefits.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, queen of off-duty cool and perhaps the world’s biggest Bottega Veneta fan, has once again delivered us the goods via Instagram. From sharing that her go-to bodysuit was a $20 piece from Zara to demonstrating high-low dressing by teaming her latest BV purchase with a Mango top, there’s no shortage of style lessons to learn from her feed. Now, in her latest round-up, the supermodel has superbly demonstrated the enduring appeal of a multi-functional jacket.
In a post captioned “Wardrobe daily”, Rosie shared a selection of looks from the past week – and in three of the images, we noticed she’s wearing the same jacket from Seoul-based brand Low Classic. On its website, the brand describes its designs as “modern minimalist” adding that each collection features “utilitarian, ready-to-wear design with original mediums developed each season, aspiring a natural elegance that is simple, yet not plain.”
A quick search of the brand’s inventory and it appears Rosie is wearing the Pocket Jacket in Beige from the F/W19 collection. The jacket features a rigid collar, four utility pockets, a zip closure and a waist belt. And, as demonstrated by Rosie, it goes with just about everything.
The jacket made it first appearance alongside leggings from fashion-director-turned-designer Christine Centenera’s label Wardrobe NYC (you can pick those up here), Chanel slides and a classic white tee.
Next up, the Rose Inc. founder styled the piece (again worn open and undone) in a neutral look, made up of a white tee, white jeans from Goldsign, a brown suede tote and Bottega Veneta’s cult square heels.
And finally, opting to fasten the zipper and waist belt, Rosie left the jacket as the statement piece by pairing it with black jeans, black boots from The Row and a Bottega Veneta handbag.
So next time you’re weighing up the cost-per-wear benefit of a certain item, remember Rosie and purchase away.