You’re a lady who knows what she wants out of life. You wear your hair up because it’s too darn hot to wear it down. You wear a bikini because every body is a bikini body. And now, you want to buy a biker jacket that won’t cost more than your rent. But what if your friends have biker jackets and you wear one out too and you both end up looking like Kim and Kanye in matching leather jackets at their wedding? Chill out, my dear. There’s a style for every fashion desire you may have. A feminine whimsical jacket? Check. Black with a classic cut? Double check. Start saving for your Harley and get caught up on Sons of Anarchy because it’s time to buy yourself a biker jacket.
It’s textured, black, and ends right at the hips. If you are just starting off your biker jacket collection, I would stick with a staple style like this one to build upon.
Don’t you think this jacket would go perfectly with some crazy awesome/terrifying White Walker makeup? I’d definitely cross the street if I saw that combo walking towards me.
Everything is cropped these days, why not throw a cropped jacket in the mix? Your cool friends will think you’re one of them.
You want to be tough AND girly? Never fear, a biker jacket with some frills is here.
Clean and classic lines, just enough to make you look both awesome and chic.
Is comfort a top priority for you? As someone who could spend a lifetime in yoga pants, I feel ya, sister. The jersey sleeve on this will ensure that your arms don’t feel super trapped or restricted, allowing you to carry on your active arm lifestyle while keeping your torso tucked in tight.
If a lighter and brighter jacket is more your thing, give this one a shot. The off-center zipper gives it something special.
This is so retro in such a good way. Just throw on some cherry red lipstick and poof up that hair and you’ll be on your way to biker pinup in no time at all.
Pink Ladies + T-Birds = THIS BIKER JACKET. You’ll be the envy of everyone at Rydell High. Tell me about it, stud.
There is a right way and a wrong way to wear fringe, and then there’s a way to wear it on a biker jacket that no one can deny is flippin’ cool. This is that way.
I’m loving the color on this jacket. It’s not as polarizing as the black or white jackets, and could easily be incorporated into your every day wardrobe. Biker chick with an office job. I can dig it.