Fall Trend: Plaid Shirt Jacket
Have you jumped on the shacket bandwagon yet? The shirt jacket, also known as a shacket, is the fall trend that has taken the fashion world by storm. And it’s one trend that you should consider adding to your wardrobe.
Not only is a shirt jacket the ideal mid-weight layer, but they’re also a refreshing change from a cardigan. They’re roomy enough to wear over almost anything, yet light enough to tie around your waist if you need to remove a layer or wear your winter coat over when the temps dip.
cabi Tavern Shirt
A plaid shirt jacket is a fall trend to try. Today I’m wearing the Tavern Shirt, the shirt jacket from cabi’s fall collection. The plaid pattern is a fall essential, and the contrasting gingham lining makes you want to roll up your sleeves to show it off. It looks great buttoned up as a shirt and equally as good styled as a jacket layered over the Serenity Tee.
The Tavern shirt runs true to size and is available in sizes XS-XL. Size down in the Serenity Tee, available in sizes XXS – XL. cabi also has 15 must-have styles from their fall collection in extended sizes, up to size 20 or XXL.
The Heart of cabi Foundation
cabi has changed the retail game by developing a culture centered around women helping women. Dedicated to serving and empowering women in need, the Heart of cabi Foundation provides entrepreneurial opportunities for women in developing countries in collaboration with Opportunity International.
For every new stylist who starts a career with cabi, cabi will fund a small business loan in her name for a women entrepreneur in a developing country. The program helps restore dignity and hope to women seeking a way out of the cycle of poverty, leading to a new life of freedom.
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