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Moto Jacket + Wide Leg Jeans: 22 Days of Fall Fashion

Happy Thursday! One of my favorite pieces for fall is a moto jacket, and today I’m styling a suede moto jacket with flare jeans.

I layered a sleeveless turtleneck under my moto jacket. I love a sleeveless turtleneck for layering, whether it’s under a cardigan, denim jacket, or a moto jacket.

These Express jeans are almost sold out, but Express has a lot of flare jeans to choose from if you’re looking to add some to your wardrobe.

I purchased these jeans in the long length because I like to wear a heel with my flare jeans. I’m wearing a pair of Marc Fisher snake print booties.

This suede jacket was one of my purchases during the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale. While this one is suede, there are faux suede jackets that are less pricey, and I linked them below.

I have had this Longchamp tote for years. I carry it all the time, and if I need my laptop, I can put it in this tote. Banana Republic has a similar tote that is less expensive, and I linked it below.

A moto jacket is a great piece to add to your fall wardrobe.

My Look

BLANKNYC Suede Moto Jacket (I’m wearing an XS, less expensive option here and here)//Sleeveless Turtleneck (I’m wearing a small)//Express Jeans (I’m wearing a size 6)//Hoop Earrings//Black Belt (I’m wearing a small)//Snake Print Bootie (I sized up 1/2 size)//Pearl Bracelet//Longchamp Tote (less expensive option here)

Last fall, I styled this moto jacket from Amazon–two ways. It’s still available, and you can read the post here.

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Beauty For the Heart~~ “Keep in mind, hurting people often hurt other people as a result of their own pain. If somebody is rude and inconsiderate, you can almost be certain that they have some unresolved issues inside.

They have some major problems, anger, resentment, or some heartache they are trying to cope with or overcome. The last thing they need is for you to make matters worse by responding angrily.” -Author unknown

It’s so true that hurt people, hurt people. Pray for them and then move on.

Don’t use foul or abusive language. Let everything you say be good and helpful, so that your words will be an encouragement to those who hear them. Ephesians 4:29

Have a blessed day!


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  1. This outfit looks stunning on you. I think I need to add a sleeveless turtleneck to my closet. Thank you for the BFTH needed that!

  2. Love this look. Your legs look a mile long! I’m hoping wide leg jeans become more popular. It’s a much better look for me personally because I am top heavy and it balances my proportions. Question, I like the idea of a sleeveless turtle neck, but what do you do to keep deodorant off your top layer- jacket or sweater?

  3. Your outfit is really cute today! However, your Beauty for the Heart message was absolutely beautiful! As we continue through this pandemic and have returned to school, there are a few vocal people in our community that must be scared and hurting. The things they have said to our Superintendent (my husband) have been awful. Your message enforced my need to pray harder, turn the other cheek, smile and keep moving forward. Prayer is what helps keep the sanity during this trying time. Thank you for your daily inspirations.