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How To Work A Leather Jacket Into Your AW17 Wardrobe

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The classic leather jacket has become a fashion staple that can transcend almost any type of occasion. Grazia's Style Editor Polly Knight was challenged by Very to show you how to remix it into your AW17 wardrobes to create several on-trend looks, below. Plus, don't forget to watch our interative video to shop the key items you need to wear with a leather jacket...

Forever Leather

Leather biker jacket, High-waisted trousers, Stripe jumper, Shoes, all from Very.

This double-duty cover up is just as safe for work as it is for the bar. Wear it with tailored trousers and figure-hugging knits to boss the work day, and maybe even bag that promotion you've been working towards.

And remember, any knitwear with frilly, flowing sleeves will pair perfectly with a biker jacket. Simply leave the end of the sleeves out of the blazer, just like our model has done, for a look that screams attitude.

Cool-Girl Status

Leather biker jacket, Jeans, Spotty blouse, all from Very.

Let's face it: the classic black leather jacket has, and always will be, effortlessly cool. And with its help, it's oh-so-easy to amp up any off-duty outfit. While a simple patterned shirt and denim jeans might not be the first items of clothing that spring to mind when you think 'fashion-forward, cool girl style', when paired with a leather jacket, this outfit will take on a whole new persona.

Boho Babe

Leather biker jacket, Maxi dress, Chelsea boot

Want to be a biker chick, but lack the attitude? Toughen up a pretty outfit by throwing a leather jacket over a bohemian-inspired dress (the more prints and patterns, the better). Finish the look off with some dainty earrings and patent boots, and you'll be ready to go.

Missed the video of Polly unboxing her leather jacket? Watch it below!

Shop the entire V by Very collection here.

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