1 Item, 4 Ways: How IG Influencers Style a Moto Jacket

As the days become cooler, so can your style! There’s no better way to add a little bit of edge to your outfit than layering on a black moto jacket. It’s the ultimate street-chic piece for fall. You might already have one in your cool weather rotation, but today I’m sharing four fresh ways to style a moto jacket, inspired by some of the most fashionable Instagram influencers. (No motorcycle required!)

 

moto jacket: romper

1. Jess @jessicaoakes

What’s the best way to transition summer pieces into fall? Wear a moto jacket over them! Jumpsuits may give off summery vibes, but wear one under a leather moto jacket like Jess and you’ve got yourself the perfect fall outfit.

 

 moto jacket: monochromatic

2. Candice @candicenikeia

Monochrome is in! You can’t go wrong wearing black—it’s slimming, it hides stains (spill all the coffee you want!), and it works with every skin tone and hair color. Candice has the right idea here, wearing all-black pieces that mix fabrics and textures. With black denim and a black cotton tee, her faux leather moto jacket pulls the look together perfectly with an added layer of texture.

 

moto jacket: sweater & boots

3. Brighton @brightonkeller

Brighton’s outfit is proof that a moto jacket can be easily dressed up or down. For laid-back vibes, pair your leather jacket with a loose tee, destroyed denim, and comfortable booties. A moto jacket is the perfect add-on for a quick, casual coffee run!

 

moto jacket: dress

4. Olivia @oliviapw

I love how Olivia paired leather with a floral dress for an unexpected yet elevated ensemble. Wearing subtle fall florals will offset the ruggedness of your moto jacket for a perfect flirty-chic combo.

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Jenn Wang
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I’m a die-hard Midwestern gal living in the pursuit of a vibrant life. That means I’m hustlin’ hard while not taking life too seriously, staying active while eating as many French fries as I darn well please, and traveling the world while staying loyal to my Midwestern roots.