4 leather jacket looks that you'll love
One piece in my wardrobe that I can't live without has to be my leather jackets! They are warm, versatile and add a slight badass edge to anything you pair it with.
My weekend go-to look has been a leather jacket, hoodie, a vintage band tee, leggings and boots – as seen above – but there are a million ways to rock this style staple! In fact, I've rounded up my four fave ways to style mine.
Look 1: The jeans and tee
The classic jeans and a tee is a favorite look for many. And while it is simple, you can easily dress it up, from looking sloppy to looking polished. Here I paired my skinny jeans and tank with a grey leather jacket and caged booties. This look is perfect for brunch with the girls or just being your go-to girl-on-the-go look.
Look 2: The dressed down dress
There is just something about a draped jacket over your shoulders. It gives any look an instantly polished and chic vibe. Here I paired the draped jacket look with a floral midi dress, dad sneakers and a fanny pack to give the perfect combination of feminine and athleisure.
Look 3: The pop of color
While black is a classic, adding a pop of color with your leather jacket is always a fun way to add some fun to your look! You can go monochromatic, like I did in the above look, or have fun mixing it up with other colors and patterns to create a look all your own – and that's guaranteed to turn heads.
Look 4: The statement maker
I love to make a statement with my wardrobe. And what better way to do that than with my favorite piece in my wardrobe. My leather jacket goes perfectly over a sleek bodysuit. I love a good bodysuit; they are comfy, chic and hug your curves in all the right places. Then I added a leopard wrap skirt, cage booties and the perfect belt bag. Perfect for a date night.
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