On Trend and Popular with Celebrities: The Moto Jacket

I have been seeing these everywhere in the fashion community and thought I'd share a few of my favorites. Obviously celebrities love these jackets, and you can see why- they are SO versatile.

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I'll confess, I love a leather jacket. My first purchase with my first paycheck ever was for a leather blazer from The Gap (which was my first job). Ever since then, I've loved leather accents. My moto jacket now is one I've had for years and I love the feminine feel to it. The absolute best thing about a trend that has been around for a few years is that there are affordable pieces EVERYWHERE. I was just in Marshalls and Target and I saw at least 5 different options at each. Additionally, They have them in other colors and materials which adds more choices for those that like the style but maybe not the sheer toughness of leather.

Totally on trend right now is this jacket from The Gap. Normally $128 but on sale for $96 when you enter code GAP4YOU at checkout: cn7083924

 

Love this 3.1 Phillip Lim for Target jacket  in navy $249 14618000_201308061452

 

Mossimo women's faux leather jacket $45 (This is a super popular style right now) 14576751_201307231346

 

I LOVE a quilted leather biker jacket: -  /X17online.com

But if you don't want to spend hundreds on one like the ladies have on above-I love the quilting on this Xhileration quilted faux leather jacket and it's only $40!!! 14535987_201307161404

 

Zara faux leather biker jacket $99 7901201800_6_1_1

 

There are a variety of options wherever you go in every price point. Like I said, I've had mine for years. You can pair it with anything from jeans and riding boots to over a formal dress. It's quite trendy and yet incredibly simple to incorporate into your existing wardrobe. That's a win in my book! Look around the next time you're out and see what options are out there. Happy shopping!

XO,

Adriele

www.StyleAssisted.com

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