A Guide to Taking Your Motorcycle Jacket for a Spin

 

 

If they haven’t already met, introduce your wardrobe to the motorcycle jacket this season. While the classic moto carries a bad gal rapport, it’s truly the chameleon of outerwear and is widely underrated for its versatility. We’re loving our own Vic Neoprene Moto Jacket just as much dressed up as dressed down—check out how our partnering blogger, Sunkissed Steph, styles hers.  

Date night: It’s date night and you’ve ravaged your closet for the perfect jacket that won’t compete with your outfit when it gets chilly. Look no further and reach for a moto jacket. For the perfect dose of edge, rock it with a sleek mini and sassy heeled sandals. Extra style points for tossing it over your shoulders for an air of cool-girl ease.

Date night: It’s date night and you’ve ravaged your closet for the perfect jacket that won’t compete with your outfit when it gets chilly. Look no further and reach for a moto jacket. For the perfect dose of edge, rock it with a sleek mini and sassy heeled sandals. Extra style points for tossing it over your shoulders for an air of cool-girl ease.

Coffee run: Meeting a girlfriend for a coffee date? An afternoon outing calls for a non-fussy ensemble. Pair a moto jacket in a casual fabric (think neoprene!) with a pair of tried and true leggings or boyfriend jeans for a street-chic look.

Coffee run: Meeting a girlfriend for a coffee date? An afternoon outing calls for a non-fussy ensemble. Pair a moto jacket in a casual fabric (think neoprene!) with a pair of tried and true leggings or boyfriend jeans for a street-chic look.

Wear to work: Don’t be afraid to sport a bad-to-the-bone jacket at the office. Lighten up an otherwise tough moto jacket by choosing one in a romantic shade. Pair a colorful outer layer with neutral bottoms, like a pair of crisp white jeans, for an office-appropriate look. Add a neutral carry-all tote and ballet flats to top off the office uniform.    

Wear to work: Don’t be afraid to sport a bad-to-the-bone jacket at the office. Lighten up an otherwise tough moto jacket by choosing one in a romantic shade. Pair a colorful outer layer with neutral bottoms, like a pair of crisp white jeans, for an office-appropriate look. Add a neutral carry-all tote and ballet flats to top off the office uniform.  

 

 
Jasmine Yang