Ahh, fall. Soon the leaves will start changing colors and you will be able to see your breath during your morning commute. This suede moto jacket is the highlight of this blog post and to me, it is the epitome of fall – warm tones and layering. I got mine in the color ‘spice’ but it comes in three other colors (here is a more affordable option). Let’s see how I styled the same jacket three different ways!
The first outfit is the dressiest one, but I dressed it down with my go-to white sneakers. I layered the suede moto jacket on top of the white dress from Jenn Im’s clothing line called Eggie. The dress actually comes in two separate pieces – the slip and the polka dot mesh overlay. I wore this outfit to a friend’s birthday but I wore my Sam Edelman scalloped sandals instead. The suede moto jacket toughened up the look a bit, which I love! The necklace is from Jenn Im’s collaboration with Mejuri (I am pretty much dressed as her here haha). You can get $20 off your first order here.
Mejuri necklace (sold out)
This is another look where the suede moto jacket toughens up the look. If you follow me on Instagram, you have probably seen this pleated skirt a few times. I loved wearing it over the summer time and love that it transitions so well into fall. This look is perfect for a casual day when you’re strolling down the streets with your friends. One of my friends has the exact same skirt and we matched at brunch the other day!
When I first bought the jacket, this is how I pictured myself wearing it – with jeans and boots. I featured this outfit on Instagram for my partnership with Dunkin’ Donuts and New York Fashion Week, and a lot of you guys loved the jacket! Since it was warmer during New York Fashion Week, I was able to get away with wearing my favorite black crop top. I paired it with my jeans from a long time ago and my new knee-high boots. I love that the boots have a pretty low heel and are a nice material so I can wear them to work. When it gets chillier, I will definitely be rocking this look but with a cashmere sweater instead of a crop top.
Hollister jeans (very old)
I hope you enjoyed these looks with the same jacket. I have never done a post like this before, but this jacket is so versatile and it inspired me to do this 😊 Which outfit was your favorite? Let me know in the comments below! And thank you so much for stopping by!