Fashion designer Coco Chanel was already a formidable force in the fashion world when she discovered the functionality of inexpensive tweed fabric in the 1930s and began, somewhat revolutionarily, using the rough, unfinished wool in her couture designs. Twenty years later, Chanel started to experiment with a new form of the material, a buckled tweed, which she deemed the perfect fabric for her new creation, a tailored, but slightly loose jacket for women. All the rest is history. When we say bouclé we talk mostly about the boucle jacket which is a cult; when we choose a set, with pants or skirt, we have to be careful about the cut. Boucle is a super classy material, that sometimes can make us look older. The solution? Play with accessories!