Cropped Jacket

A crop jacket remains a versatile item in many women's closet because they can take them from a casual ensemble to a work outfit. People can even take their cropped jackets to dressier events. As a style, one reason that people like these jackets so much is that they are just as functional as those cardigans in your closet. For those people whose closet has become overstuffed with cardigans, they might want to consider purchasing a crop jacket or two. One thing that contributes to the versatility of the cropped jacket is that they don't look nearly as severe as an actual blazer. As a result, these jackets can appear more playful while still giving the owner a bit of structure.

From the pristine whiteness of a white cropped jacket of an haute couture designer to the ultracasual cropped denim jackets seen on many city streets, a person can easily add many cropped jackets to their closet and still have a high level of variety. One of the many great things about owning a cropped jacket is that they can wear them with so many different outfits. A person can pair their denim cropped jacket with a cocktail dress to make it more casual. A woman can even keep warm and cozy at a formal outdoor event with a dressy crop jacket. Many famous designers have gotten in on the cropped jacket trends and have distributed their own version to the masses. Some of the prominent designers who have created crop jackets include Alexander Wang, Saks Fifth Avenue, Chloe, 3.1 Philip Lim, Dolce & Gabbana, and Comme des Garcons.

Since the crop jacket has seized the fashionable imaginations of women everywhere, plenty of female celebrities have gotten photographed in them. They include "Modern Family" star Sarah Hyland, reality star Kim Kardashian, actor and business maven Jessica Alba, Oscar-winning actor Reese Witherspoon, and "Glee" actor Dianna Agron.