Rosie Assoulin Jackets For Women
Nude jute peplum jacket from Rosie Assoulin.
Navy blue peplum jacket from Rosie Assoulin.
Natural nude jute-silk blend wide lapel waistcoat from Rosie Assoulin.
Rosie Assoulin "Swaggy" plaid jacket. Notched collar; wrap front. Long sleeves; split cuffs. Front patch pocket. Ties at right waist. Wool. Made in USA of Italian material.
Rosie Assoulin loves tailoring, and that's reflected in the fresh way she interprets it for the Fall '17 collection. Made from double-faced wool in a Glen plaid, this jacket is relatively classic on the right side, but the left side is looser, more draped and has long grosgrain ties that define your waist. The designer suggests pairing it with the coordinating pants - her favorite suit this season. -- Multicolored double-faced wool - Concealed button fastening at front, ties at side - 100% wool - Dry clean
This long-line, navy check jacket was a highlight of Rosie Assoulins SS17 collection. Its fitted through the torso and features a contrasting yellow bow at the centre. Wear it as a dress or buttoned over tailored trousers as an alternative to suiting.p Navy Check print Full length Yellow bow detail Wide lapels Button-up front fastening We styled it with Rosie Assoulin trousers and Paul Andrew sandals - Our model is 177 cm/ 5ft8 and is wearing size UK 8/EU 36 Shoulder to hem length: 147 cm/ 58 in Bust: 82 cm/ 32 in Waist: 84 cm/ 33 in Sleeve length: 62 cm/ 24 in Measurements taken from a size US 4 This item fits true to size Dry clean Jacket: 75% cotton, 23% polyamide, 2% elastane Combo: 55% viscose, 41% linen, 4% lycra
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Tan Rosie Assoulin blazer with notched lapels, draped overlay at shoulder and double breasted button closure at front.
Rosie Assoulin's stone-grey wool Prince of Wales-checked jacket was featured on the SS17 runway and exemplifies her aptitude for wearable tailoring. The absence of a collar serves to lighten the menswear-inspired fabric, while the fluted silhouette gently creates definition at the waist. Pair it with the matching trousers for a modern, feminine take on suiting.
Although Rosie Assoulin is revered for supremely crafted surrealist silhouettes, this midnight-blue silk and wool-blend moire jacket feels utterly wearable. It's tailored in the USA with neat notch lapels and lightly padded shoulders, and finished with a gathered peplum hem that flares out over the hips. Slip it on over cropped trousers and pumps for a contemporary spin on occasionwear.
Rosie Assoulin's khaki-green cotton-blend twill Yippe Ki-Yay jacket is named in honour of Bruce Willis, because the wraparound strap fastenings resemble his holster in ‘Die Hard’. Wide notch lapels sharpen things up, while flared sleeves – complete with cuff straps – add a little Assoulin edge. Stay true to the designer's styling with the matching wide-leg trousers.
New York-based Rosie Assoulin expertly cuts this ivory King Giorgio jacket from a cotton-blend twill for a sleek, sharp staple. It’s eloquently shaped with a Mandarin collar, and features four tonal-brown tortoiseshell acetate buttons on the single-breasted front. Style as the brand would: with a waistcoat, billowing wide-leg trousers, and platforms.