A moto jacket is a surefire way to give your outfit an urban edge. But most times, you will find them in leather, and that’s not everyone’s cup of tea. So if you want to look hip and cool, but you find leather moto jackets a bit too on the wild side for your style, here’s another option. A fabric moto jacket, like this cute check one, will give your outfit a “biker lite” edge.
If this cloth moto jacket looks familiar, it’s because I posted about it before but styled it in a very different way.
Last time I went with a red crewneck sweater and bootcut flare blue jeans. Today I wanted to show you what it looks like with black suede skinny jeans, high boots, and a white turtleneck sweater.
This cute fabric moto jacket from the brand Kut from the Kloth is what I would call a more classic, elegant version of your typical moto jacket. You’ve still got the style of a moto jacket with the cropped length, notched lapels, and zip cuffs, but the fabric and print make it softer and more approachable.
It’s got a traditional check print in black and white, which is nice because it means it works with pretty much everything.
And the fabric is soft, nubby, and textured, which brings warmth and friendliness to the biker vibe. Plus, here’s a bonus, you can handwash this cloth moto jacket and hang it dry, which is very handy.
I love this textured moto jacket with these skinny black jeans, or you could wear leggings. Tuck them into a pair of sleek black boots for a striking, sophisticated look.
I added my favorite red Gucci bag to this outfit to add some punch. This chic fabric moto jacket is a great addition to your wardrobe, especially since most women already have black jeans, a white sweater of some kind, and black boots.
If you like this jacket, then surprise!… because it is on sale at 25% off. This is one of those jackets that looks just as fab now as it does in the fall, so you are sure to get your money’s worth.
shop the look
I’ve put all the shop details above, and if you do buy it, be sure to join my Private Facebook group and post a photo there. I’d love to see how you style this cool cloth moto jacket!