The Key Jacket

At Julia Farr Collection, we know the importance of owning a good blazer – that’s why we feature one each season. For Spring, our Key Jacket is aptly named, since it’s sure to become a key element of your summer wardrobe.

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The Key Jacket

Named for Francis Scott Key, author of the Star Spangled Banner, the Key Bridge connects Arlington VA with Georgetown and is Washington’s oldest surviving bridge to cross the Potomac river. Like the classically inspired structure for which it’s named, the graceful lines of our Key Jacket make it an elegant part of every women’s wardrobe, appropriate to sweep through the halls of the Capitol building or become your favorite go-to jacket for chilly spring mornings, or over air-conditioned offices.

The jacket’s great appeal rests in the lightweight, breathable silk fabric.  The Key has a simple jewel-neck neckline, bracelet length sleeves and hook and eye closures that give the jacket its great fit. Length extends to the top of hip bone.  Combining comfort and structure, the Key Jacket can be worn with a silk blouse and pencil skirt, over your minimalist sheath or with your favorite fitted pants or darkest of jeans.

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Self: 100% Silk, Lining: 100% Rayon

Dry Clean Only

$350

Available at Julia Farr 

 

In Style agrees –  also declaring the White Jacket a “key piece” for Spring.

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Our Key Jacket is an essential piece for Spring. Crafted in a raw silk, it’s light enough for the blistering hot days of July, but will also keep you warm in those ridiculously over-cooled offices.

 

 

 

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