how to: the biker jacket in color

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BIker jacket

 I had my doubts about buying a biker jacket that isn't black.
But wearing it, I realized that it is versatile as it is classic.

The cool thing about a biker jacket, it that it creates contrast. If you wear darker colors, boyfriend jeans, chunkier shoes, look for one in a fun saturated color. Burned orange, lively green, electric blue, yellow, any of the more poppier colors. To create the ultimate contrast you could go with fuchsia.

If you wear dresses, white lacey shirt, delicate prints, florals...go for the richer deeper colors, dark blue, rust and cognac, lavender and spiced raisin!
Me, I would skip any jacket in red, it is too tricky (Thriller!) and pastel. Leather that color washes out most people and will not look as rich.

For the tomboy look, just throw your jacket over a dark grey tee, washed black pants, or boyfriends, and sneaks. All black will look too Eighties.

Jackets in deeper colors will toughen up anything delicate. Keep your outfit simple. Zara has great white tops. Go with a nice contrasting color with your shoes.
Brownish colors with pink or blue.
Purpleish with yellow.
Or like what I'm wearing, Army green with lavender.
Inspiration some from anywhere. The green lila combination came from a decor photo. (scroll down for it or see more here)
What color would you like to try?


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The background, Geneva's old town




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