How to Wear a Biker Jacket in Winter

I consider the biker jacket one of the most classic pieces you can have in your wardrobe, on par with the likes of trench coats, an LBD, and white dress shirts. Come winter time, I love faux shearling lined biker jackets (or moto jackets if you prefer) as you can rock the badass look while feeling extra warm.

I found a really perfect biker jacket from H&M. It has an oversized silhouette which is actually perfect for winter layering. The entire inside is lined with faux fur and feels super luxurious and warm. I paired the look with my favorite pair of black denim from AG Jeans, also styled in my Teddy Bear Coat post here. To keep with the shearling look and buckles of the jacket, I wore these chunky heel booties from Nine West that I got for 50% off during the Black Friday sale! Just like the jacket, it's lined with faux shearling and has amazing buckle details. The chunky heel also makes it super comfortable to walk around in. For the rest of the look I wore a long shirt dress from Gap and layered a Forever 21 sweater over it with the prettiest kimono sleeves and self-ties. My boo got me this lovely backpack from Anne Klein with a super cute, petite body, minimal silhouette and metal clasp. You all know my affinity for backpacks, as seen in this look here and here and here!

I linked all the product images below for easy shopping as well as extra biker jacket options for this winter. I'd love to know, do you agree that biker jackets are a classic wardrobe staple? Leave your thoughts on this look in the comment section below! Hope you all have a lovely weekend as we are fast approaching the new year. I have a feeling 2018 will be a good one! 






Oversized Biker Jacket: H&M
Ruffle Tie-Belt Shirtdress: Gap
Oversized Brushed Knit Sweater: Forever 21
AG Prima Mid Rise Jeans in Black: AG Jeans
Ingramm Booties: Nine West
Catherine Leather Backpack: Anne Klein

Styling: Annie Cho
Photography: Jackson Kuo

Brooklyn, New York

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