Sometimes all we want is to tone down the sweetness of a dress, that’s where leather jacket comes in! Today’s article is about my favorite ways how to wear leather jacket with a dress. I think leather topper is a must-have staple in every lady’s wardrobe. Why? It’s extremely versatile, stylish and universal outerwear garment that is a must-have for every fashionista. You are free to create different looks that will make any woman look elegant and daring. Anyway, we are here to see cool outfits you can create with leather jacket and a dress. Personally, I am so in love with biker jackets worn with light dresses made of chiffon, silk and lace. You are free to use this combo during girls night outs, at brunches, date nights and event to formal occasions. Trust me, leather jacket will create a fabulous balance with your favorite feminine dress. Anyway, I think it’s time to take inspiration from various street style images.
Gray dress in black polka dots is worn under black leather biker jacket and completed with block heeled ankle-boots.
Washed blue biker leather jacket is styled with a fit-and-flare navy frock:
Here we see an edgy look that consists of a beautiful black leather jacket worn atop printed dress:
Black leather shortened topper is worn atop burgundy lightweight dress. Complete this look by adding black opaque tights, black suede pumps and glossy burgundy leather shoulder bag:
A classic black leather biker jacket is draped over mohair color-blocking dress:
Here we see an edgy black biker jacket styled with an abstract floral print short dress completed with suede knee-length black boots:
Leather-suede black biker topper looks edgy worn atop lightweight flowy white dress. Complete this look by adding brimmed hat and black leather handbag:
A kind of boho inspired look is showcased below. We see a cream white leather biker jacket styled with a white shift dress embroidered with crochet detailing. Complete this look by adding lace-up beige-gray knee-high boots:
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