|Biker Jacket: Street One, Dress: Jacqueline de Yong, Statement Necklace: Maliparmi|
Belt: bought in Turkey, Bag: Zara, Pumps: Salvatore Ferragamo
Nails: O.P.I. Tickle My France-y, Lips: L'Oreal Infallible Mega Gloss Flash Dance 208
Photos by Stephanie
It's been a while that I would like to try to wear biker jacket.
Frankly spoken, I was not a fan of biker jacket, I find it's too masculine for me. I've never felt motivated to have this item, simply because:
1. Mostly the color is black, black and black.
2. It's not so easy to find biker jacket which doesn't make the impression as if I'm joining motorbike club.
But lately biker jacket has 'soften', even transformed in shapes or color.
No more boring color, this is definitely good news to me!
Lately I'm quite lucky to find some cool items. For instance, last week I found the biker jacket from Street One in dusty rose color. Come on, ladies... it's not every day that we could find biker jacket in this color.
Moreover, it is on sale!
So, blame it on biker jacket that now I finally have this item in my closet.
Another thing that I found was statement necklace from Maliparmi.
This oversized necklace with ethnic touch has stolen my heart! I always fell in love with unusual design and oversized necklace.
Since the weather is very unpredictable lately, I decided to combine my dusty rose biker jacket with simple cut dress in sage green. I've been wanting to try this color combination since long ago and finally I have the chance. Although the weather is ups and downs but there is always reason to wear high heels in nude. A pair of high heels can never go wrong :o)
Having biker jacket isn't always equal masculine.
Put your biker jacket over your shoulders and let spring breeze compliments the shape of the dress. Add some items such as bag and shoes in pastel tone and feminine accessories as well as nail polish.
With this look I feel so ladylike.
Thanks to dusty rose biker jacket.