November 13, 2010
Arissa Ha

I got my second Swacket recently from Harputs Union in the San Francisco store and I realised that I’ve never featured it on our blog.

I’ve always been a fan of the Swacket and the many ways that it can be worn. Here’s 7 ways you can wear your Swacket.

This is like default mode.

When you tighten the waist band and hike it up to the waist, it becomes a shorter cropped jacket with draped neckline.

Tying a belt around the waist gives it a more defined silhouette.

There’re snaps at the back at the middle where you can also attach the snaps.

This is when you wear it upside down.

It even becomes a hood when you attach the snaps when it’s worn upside down.

When you put the hood down and pull it at the shoulders, it has a boat neck collar.

The Swacket is really my favorite outer to wear. What’s your favorite?

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12 Responses to “7 different ways to wear a Swacket.”

  1. m says:

    love its versatility!

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    Arissa replied on

    I know, I really love it!

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  2. Cate says:

    I’ve never heard of a swacket before but I really love its versatility, it would be the perfect travelling item xoxo

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    Arissa replied on

    yes it is! I’ve got a wool version which is really useful in winter.

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  3. l says:

    is there only one person on this blog? you look so different in this picture… is this a different girl?

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    Arissa replied on

    It’s me. I think I might’ve put on my makeup differently that day. I was using Dawn’s eyeshadow. Lol.

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  4. fiona says:

    i’ve been trying to decide whether or not to purchase the swacket for a while..did you get size 1 or 2? and how does the nylon look? i’m afraid it would look cheap and not sure if the $400 is worth it :/
    please let me know!

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    Arissa replied on

    I didn’t know there were sizes. It seems like there isn’t an indication of it as well on mine. I think the design is definitely worth it. I would highly suggest going down to the store itself to get it though. The ones that are featured on the websites aren’t that great looking. They have a lightweight wool material which is gorgeous and I think it’s 450USD. You might wanna inquire on it.

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    fiona replied on

    thank you! i live in nyc so i won’t be able to physically go to their store. but i’m going to purchase the nylon one online.
    thanks again!

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    fiona replied on

    wait! one more thing..because you have both the wool and nylon swackets, if you could only keep one, which one would you choose?

    Arissa replied on

    They both serve very different purposes. I suppose it’s the nylon one cause I live in the tropics. You should decide based on your location and climate.

  5. Kaiami says:

    Thank you for posting this! I’m saving up to get a swacket for myself. I live near San Francisco, but not close enough to commute there on a whim. Would the nylon one be warm enough for Bay Area weather?

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