Outfit | An Edgy Take On The Puffer Jacket

6. March 2017

Wearing: Pull & Bear Puffer Jacket (sold out, but buy alternatives here and here), Dear Frances Boots  c/o Dear Frances, Levi’s Jeans (vintage, but shop similar styles herehere, and here), Acne Studios Beanie, Ray-Ban Sunglasses, and a J.W. Anderson Pierce Bag

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The million dollar question: How to wear a puffer jacket without looking like the Michelin Man? Honestly, there are plenty of ways to pull off a look with a puffer, but my favorite is to style it as I would wear a biker jacket, i.e. in an edgy way. To achieve this, simply wear your favorite frayed straight-leg vintage Levi’s combined with sock ankle boots for a trendy,  up-to-date look. Add a hoodie for a badass touch and accessorize with a cool beanie and a structured handbag.

How about you? Do you have a favorite way on how to wear a puffer jacket?

Wishing you all a great start of the week. x

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One response to “Outfit | An Edgy Take On The Puffer Jacket”

  1. Yess girl!! Amazing styling, love the cropped detail and these boots are everything x

    Millie x

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