jacket: one/third // sweater: everlane // jeans: citizens of humanity // boots: stuart weitzman // sunglasses: warby parker // necklace: maya brenner // bracelets: david yurman (here, here and here) // rings: david yurman
I included this jacket in my holiday gift guide of investment pieces, but wanted to dedicate a post to a full review. I initially saw the One/Third Jacket 01 on Instagram while following one of the founders. I immediately fell in love with it, but the price point was a little higher than I wanted to spend for an item I didn’t think I’d wear very often. Then it sold out within hours of release and I had major regret. So as soon as they restocked, I hit purchase.
Shop One Third Jacket 01 Review
I would 100% recommend this jacket. It’s a timeless piece that I plan to have for years. It works in a variety of situations. I wore it for our holiday family photos and you could just as easily wear it to work.
I feel like an elevated version of myself when I put on this jacket. As an added bonus, Jim loves it too!
Jacket 01 is a collarless, waist length style. It’s a classic style that reminds me of something my grandmother would have worn that’s been updated with modern features (fringe trim, buttons, zippered pockets).
I have an XS and believe it runs TTS. The shoulders are a tiny bit tight so if you’re between sizes you might want to go up. I can easily fit a thin sweater underneath.
The material is a gorgeous, ivory tweed. The fringe trim might turn a few people off as looking “sloppy”, but it’s one of my favorite features.
Jacket 01 retails for $159. For the style, I think the price is worth it. One/Third occasionally has sales so if the price is a barrier, you could wait to see if there’s a sale. I bought mine during a 15% off promo.
Would I Buy It Again?
It’s pretty obvious at this point, but yes I would definitely buy it again. It’s a unique piece that I’m not likely to see on anyone else. One/Third recently released jacket 01 in navy. I love the original ivory so much that I also bought it in navy.
photos by jenna sparks photography