How To Style Fall’s Favorite Faux Leather Jacket

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As we inch closer to fall, I’ve been assessing my wardrobe needs for the season. A faux leather jacket has topped my list of needs. I’ve been contemplating getting one for a few years because it’s like a cool-girl essential. Besides, I adore the moto jacket style and nothing beats that look in leather. While I was in Tennessee recently for a Gordmans grand opening (learn more here), I shopped for one. I’m thrilled to report that the options were plentiful, fabulous, and affordable. Today, I’m sharing the gem I found.

Gordmans faux leather jacket

Gordmans Finds:

Faux leather jacket ($39.99) | Striped sweater ($16.99) | Pants ($8.99)

Blanket scarf ($9.99) | Block heel mules ($25.99)

Gordmans faux leather jacket

I shopped my entire outfit at the newly opened Gordmans in Dyersburg, Tennessee. The look started with the luxe-looking, faux leather jacket. The zippers. The silhouette. The color. The length. Every detail on this jacket looks so expensive, but it’s only $39.99 in Gordmans.

Gordmans faux leather jacket

Given the rich brown hue of the jacket, I decided to pull together pieces in that color family. And, oh my…I found the coolest things. My striped sweater blocked the best fall colors together.

The ankle length, chocolate pants strike the perfect balance between polished and comfortable.

My supersized blanket scarf is going to be my best companion when the temps start dropping. Its color/print combination, though, made it the ideal complement to my striped sweater. The combo is a fun mixed print.

The blocked heel mules are a such a cool find for fall. The almond toe shape makes this pair special. And, in taupe, these mules are so wearable.

I always find the best deals in Gordmans. See another recent find here. Then, go find your nearest store (locate your store here).

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2 Comments

  1. Sandra A
    October 12, 2019 / 10:26 am

    Love your style. My oldest just went off to college and my son’s an eighth grader. Just trying to get back to me. You are a great inspiration. I have to raid my husband’s closet. He has great scarves and hats.

    • October 14, 2019 / 9:04 am

      Thank you so much, Sandra! I’m so thrilled that you’ve found inspiration here while on this amazing transition in your life. It’a an exciting time for you. And, yes, raid his closet! 🙂