HOW TO WEAR THE BIKER JACKET 6 WAYS April 10, 2017 – Posted in: Biker Jacket, Blog, New arrivals, Style tips – Tags: , , , , , , ,

THE SUNDAYSTYLE FILE

 

The biker jacket is a classic wardrobe staple that seems to come into trend more often than not. It’s not just the perfect trans-seasonal piece that will extend your summer wardrobe that little bit longer, but it also adds some serious edge to any outfit in an instant. Check out the 6 different looks we have put together, to get the most out of your biker jacket this season.

 

Look 1: The casual striped tee

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 The simple stripe tee that is on high rotation in your closet right now, teamed with a casual black skirt and trainers or ankle boots. Add a bold red lip and sunglasses to complete the look.

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Look 2: The Layered Look

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Perfect for this unpredictable Autumn weather is the art of layering. Start with your black skinny leg jeans and a basic white tee. Layer up with a chambray denim shirt and finish with your biker jacket, some black ankle boots and a black leather tote, and you’re ready for 4 seasons in one day. A scarf or beanie will add some extra warmth and a pop of colour.

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Look 3: The Summer to Autumn Dress

 Your favourite, flowing, feminine, summer dresses just got a much edgier, Autumn makeover with the biker jacket. Wear with ankle boots and heavy metal accessories for bohemian rock chic style.

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Look 4: The Off duty model

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Sported by the likes of Kendall & Gigi, this look is all about the high waisted, light-wash jeans (otherwise known as the mum jean), with belt, white tee, biker jacket and boots. Finish the look with a black choker.

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Look 5: The classic white shirt & grey knit combo

Another way to layer up this season is with your crisp white button up shirt and biker jacket. Wear your skinny leg jeans and your white shirt untucked with a grey or neutral tone knit for some added warmth. Dress down with some casual trainers or glam it up with some heeled boots.

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Look 6: The Black on Black

Don’t be afraid to wear head to toe black, especially when they are all different fabrics. The black leather jacket, over a black knit or shirt, with black jeans and boots looks super sleek and pretty bad ass. When in doubt, go all black. You can always add a pop of colour with your shoes, bag or scarf.

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XX Sundaystyler