When it comes to wardrobe staples
, the moto jacket reigns supreme. The reason is twofold: The perfect jacket goes with everything (seriously!) and makes whatever you’re wearing feel that much cooler. The fashion elite
clearly get this, as they consistently step out in a variety of ensembles featuring a leather topper as their hero piece. If you’re looking for new ways to wear your go-to style (or are interested in testing out the trend), keep scrolling for eight fresh ways street style stars are wearing their moto jackets now. Plus, shop some of our favorite styles too.
Show Your Stripes: For a polished vibe, pair your moto jacket with a striped sweater and tailored denim. (Photo via Edward Berthelot/Getty)
Top It Off: Give your fall ensemble a cool twist by topping off your look with a printed beanie. (Photo via Christian Vierig/Getty)
Layer Up: Go for the layered look by wearing your moto jacket with a graphic tee and a plaid shirt. Adding a pair of white jeans and printed booties makes this ensemble perfect for your off-duty life. (Photo via Edward Berthelot/Getty)
Ripped To Shreds: Want the ultimate downtown vibe? Embrace distressed denim with your jacket, complete with a white top and ankle boots. (Photo via Timur Emek/Getty)
So Ladylike: You can soften up a leather jacket by wearing it with a pretty pastel dress. (Photo via Timur Emek/Getty)
Classic Tale: Sometimes a classic look is just the way to go. Case in point: This ensemble featuring a white tee, flared jeans, and that trusty moto jacket. (Photo via Edward Berthelot/Getty)
Take the Check: You can totally incorporate a moto jacket into your 9-to-5 life by opting for sophisticated separates like plaid pants and a cute knit. (Photo via Edward Berthelot/Getty)
Skirt Around: We love the idea of softening the feel of a leather jacket with a full skirt like this street style star is showcasing here. (Photo via Edward Berthelot/Getty)
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