Tag: Pleather Jacket

How to Wear a Colorful Moto Jacket

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For today’s blog post, I wanted to recycle some of my favorite fall outfits and showcase nine different ways to wear this maroon pleather jacket. When I first bought this BB Dakota jacket on sale for $25, I wasn’t sure how versatile the color would be—turns out, the answer was very versatile. I wear this jacket all the time, and it pairs with everything from sweaters in the winter to dresses for going out. If you’ve been hesitant about purchasing a fun-colored jacket because you’re worried you won’t get enough use out of it, this is your sign to branch away from neutrals for once… A colored statement piece can make just as much of a staple as a classic beige or black jacket! Continue reading “How to Wear a Colorful Moto Jacket”

Weekly Recap #16, 2021

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This was an extremely uneventful week, but after the hecticness of last week, it was kind of a much needed break! I like doing these weekly recap posts because they hold me accountable and force me to make my life more ‘interesting’ so as to avoid just talking about school constantly. But this week, that’s really all I got for ya’! I also realized after compiling my OOTD photos that I wore the same black leather jacket three out of the four times I got dressed this week… So, if you’re in need of leather jacket outfit ideas, today’s post is definitely for you! Oh, and did I mention it decided to snow again this week? Of course, I sent most of my sweaters home over spring break, so it has been a very chilly week indeed… Continue reading “Weekly Recap #16, 2021”

How Fashion Changes in College

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When I started college in the fall, I had every intention of maintaining my rather fancy everyday style. My high school’s dress code was a loose “business casual,” and as a result, I became accustomed to dressing nice each day (and actually really enjoyed it—gasp!). I’ve now made it into my second semester of college and have yet to attend classes in my sweatpants…so I guess I’m still doing okay with my goal. What I didn’t expect were some unintended consequences of life on a college campus that have affected how I choose to get dressed each morning. Sure, there’s the stereotype of students looking like slobs and never changing out of their sweats or leggings. But below I outline some rather unexpected, never-mentioned changes that have me itching to revamp my closet. If only the “poor college student” were just a stereotype too… Continue reading “How Fashion Changes in College”