Rock The Look: The Leather Jacket

[Do you ever feel like you can’t pull something off? Have trendy pieces in your closet that you would never have the courage to actually wear out? Well take those pieces out, shake off the dust, and continue reading!

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Previously worn only by tattooed biker chicks, leather jackets have become a must-have item for fall. Stylish and comfortable, the leather jacket is the perfect substitute for that tired North Face fleece.

Although they are a little bit pricey, leather jackets are a worthwhile investment since there are so many different ways to rock them. The above crop leather motorcycle jacket from Victoria’s Secret is $198, but it works with so many outfits that it will be a splurge you won’t regret.

Here are four ways to rock the leather jacket:

The Classic Leather Jacket Look

Over a white shirt and jeans. Clean, crisp, cool. For an extra kick, throw on a pair of black booties. Tres chic!

Raglan Top, Express, $24.50. 77 Straight Jean, American Eagle Outfitters, $29.50. Shoes, Nicole Bitter at Piperlime.com, $89.

Rocker Chic
Pair a graphic tee with grey skinny pants, rock the LJ (leather jacket) and you’ve completed this look.

Tee, Forever 21, $12.80. Jeans, PacSun, $39.50. Shoes, Fitzwell at Zappos.com, $65.

Feminine
Dresses are cute, but sometimes they need a little oomph. Give some edge to a cute dress by layering with feminine pieces and, of course, the rockin’ leather jacket.

Dress, Tempted at Macy’s, $33. Necklace, Aldo, $15. Boots, Aldo, $130.00.

Glammed Up
A minidress with leggings and heels is perfect for a night out on the town. But since it’s getting a little chilly at night lately, throw on a leather jacket for warmth and extra style.

Minidress, AmiClubWear, $19.99. Leggings, Arden B, $28.00. Bangle, Aldo, $8.

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