Mid-day coffee run.
The click-clack of her Sam Edelman pumps resonates through the stairway.
Her partially unbuttoned white collared shirt moves akin with her fast pace.
Heads turn. But why?
It was not until 1966 that the French Fashion mogul, Yves Saint Laurent, created the first female tuxedo. Referred to originally as ‘Le Smoking’ due to its silk lapels designed to deter ash from after-dinner cigars, the tuxedo jacket proved quite the dapper male accessory. As fate would have it, fashion followed suit, and the jacket went from advantageous to superbly stylish.
Basking in magnificence, it doesn’t need its masculine counterpart, the tuxedo pant, to keep it in check. Nonetheless, the brocade matching skirt is a worthy opponent.
Now that’s a suitable explanation.
The Tuxedo Jacket. Luxurious textured brocade. Side button front. V neckline. Curved hemline. Pairs exquisitely with our Ivory Silk Jacquard Palazzo Pant.