The Boudoir Jacket on Holiday
A short jacket or little cardigan is charming in the boudoir. Such an item can ward off the chill and provide a finishing (and provocative) touch to one’s loungewear. But, sometimes, it wants to sneak out of the house. And go on holiday with one’s day wear. Out and about, a boudoir jacket reinvents itself as the spirited friend who is always ready to mix it up. The ideal travel companion. Jane’s Vanity shows how.
Take along one of Dana Pisarra’s go-anywhere cardigan confections. The Sens Silk Cardigan, in smoky rib knit, looks tailored and trim from the front, sheer and lacey from the back. Just right to cover your shoulders in a museum or to add a little surprise for a dinner date. The light grey Romantic Amande Cardigan is cozy in semi-transparent mohair. Adorned with festive lace accenting, it likes to party into the night.
Gilda & Pearl has it down with jackets. Any one of them will travel in style. The Barely There Bed Jacket could take your basics into evening with its sheer black chiffon, bell sleeves, and French emboidery appliques. The Melitza Jacket adds a rock star feel with its sheer black and gold leavers lace body. The All that Glitters Jacket is there in your suitcase for the surprise invitation: black chiffon with traditional vented kimono sleeves, sheer embroidered accents at shoulders. Regal. And the Nights in Paris Kimono in silk crepe is an all-in-one traveler. Its ivory trim adds zest, its slightly cropped kimono sleeves show your bracelets. Let it billow as a swimsuit cover. Or belt it to wear over anything and everything.
Liberate your little JV jacket or cardigan for a vacation that is light, unexpected, and bewitching.