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Outwear Must-Haves | Part II


Master these classical cool aviator and bomber jackets and you'll be feeling fly in no time.  Foxy Flirt: This look is for heading out on the town.  Pick an unfussy leather bomber that can be dressed up with a sequin tank and glitzy accessories.  Opt for curve-hugging skinny jeans and cute leather booties to complete the look.  Girl-next-door:  Perfect for heading to class and other everyday activities, this ensemble calls for a furry-collared aviator.  Throw it over anything---especially your favorite fair of skinnies, a comfy tee, and boots that are made for walkin'.  Classy Lady:  Who knew a bomber could be so ladylike?  Select a jacket that falls at the hip, zips up instead of buttons, and features soft fur.  Keep things classic by wearing a slimming pair of bootcut jeans, sleek brown booties, and a cashmere top. 




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The peacoat should be a wardrobe staple---it's great for all body types, is extremely versatile, and comes in a variety of styles!  Houndstooth:  Purple gives the traditional houndstooth pattern an edge with this coat.  Look trendy with a pair of gray skinny jeans, a slim-fitting black top, and bold purple booties.  Grayscale:  You can't go wrong with gray this season.  This cowl-necked peacoat doesn't even need a scarf.  Play it cool with dark wash skinnies, a graphic tee, and matching booties.  Mad-for-Plaid:  Go a little crazy for a plaid peacoat.  Wear it with faded-wash blue jeans, a comfortable shirt, and sassy black booties. 



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Comments

Anonymous said…
hey, just started reading your blog! it looks very nice. you have good taste and great inspiration!
now about this post... I love the aviator jackets!
Enchanted Elle said…
absolutely love the aviator and bomber outfits!!! those jackets are just so versatile to style with!

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