This fall as cooler weather approaches, the fall jackets and coats must come out as well. Many of us have at some point invested in a biker jacket for our ‘Rebel without a cause’ moods. But the biker jacket is a major fashion staple to be dressed up or down and for day or night. I am going to show you 4 ways you can wear the biker jacket for different occasions. Most of these items are from my own wardrobe but I am going to let you know where you can find items similar to these.
Firstly, the office party, with holiday season coming up many of us will face that challenge of how to dress for that occasion. For this, to wear with your biker jacket, I would suggest pairing a leopard print top and a pencil skirt together, along with a sexy waist belt and classy necklace and earrings. I picked this because it’s still work appropriate but says that “Hey I am a professional but I am not a party pooper.” As for shoes, a pair of black heels would fit perfectly. A similar pencil skirt and tube top can be purchased from Very.co.uk.
Second, brunch with the girls, this look definitely adds some class to the biker jacket. I’ve decided to pair the jacket with a very pastel pink draped dress and pearls. I chose this combo because it adds some girly-ness to such a rugged item. It also allows for some great daytime wear as well. Similar dress can be found at OneStopPlus.co.uk, the sleeveless draped dress by Ellos. Nude pumps would add the right touch for your girl gathering.
Next up we have the party look, which for this outfit I have decided to combine two very popular staples, lace and leather, with the leather obviously being our handy biker jacket, this gaga sleeve dress from YoursClothing.co.uk will be the lace. Since there is so much black I decided to break up the color with a vintage metallic waist belt which definitely puts this outfit at party central. For shoes I would add a sexy pair of booties to complete the outfit.
Finally the date night outfit, for this I thought to pair a bit of femininity to our biker jacket. I selected a multi-floral print dress with a vintage neckline. The key with this print dress is making sure that the background of the print is darker, that way the dress is still girly but it doesn’t look like you’re trying to hard to be stylish. I added a locket necklace just for a last touch. A similar dress to this one is available from Taillissime, the voile dress and can be purchased from OneStopPlus.co.uk.
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