Two Ways To Style a Moto Jacket

Happy hump day! Today on the blog, I’m styling a moto jacket, two ways. Moto Jackets are a chic, versatile piece to add to your fall wardrobe.

I found this moto jacket on Amazon, and it’s under $50. These jackets are great to add to your outfits; they can give a feminine look a little bit of edge.

First, I styled the moto jacket with a leopard print blouse and black jeans. My black jeans are Kut from the Kloth and are sold out, but I linked a similar option.

Two Ways To Style a Moto JacketTwo Ways To Style a Moto Jacket

I did a front tuck with my blouse and left the back, hanging out.

Two Ways To Style a Moto JacketTwo Ways To Style a Moto Jacket

Moto Jacket (I’m wearing a small, color is style 2-army Green)//Kut From The Kloth Jeans (similar option here)//V-Neck Blouse (I’m wearing an XS)//Earrings//Handbag (option here and here)//Black Sandal//Necklace

My second outfit is all black with leopard print heels. (Don’t you love the cow in the background. Haha!)

Two Ways To Style a Moto Jacket

I purchased my black turtleneck at Target, and it sold out quickly. I’ve seen these sleeveless black turtlenecks everywhere, so I linked a couple of options below.

Two Ways To Style a Moto JacketTwo Ways To Style a Moto Jacket

Moto Jacket (I’m wearing a small, color is style 2-army Green )//Kut From The Kloth Jeans (similar option here)//Sleeveless Black Turtleneck (option here and here)//Earrings//Top Handle Bag//Leopard Print Sandal

If you’re looking to add a moto jacket to your wardrobe, this one is a great option!

Two Ways To Style a Moto Jacket

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Beauty For the Heart~~I read this in my devotion this morning and thought it was really good.

Our lives are like a dresser, full of different drawers. We have a drawer for family, a drawer for friends, a drawer for work. For many people, God is just another drawer in their dresser.

Maybe the most important one, but still just a drawer. But true worship of God means He is the dresser and everything else in our lives fits into Him.

Everything else comes from Him, was created by Him and is a gift from Him. God alone is God, and everything else in our lives is to be used for His glory (1 Cor. 10:31; Col. 3:17).

God unabashedly demands to be the entire dresser of our lives, not just a drawer. God doesn’t just want to be first. He wants to be all.

Have a blessed day!

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  1. Love the outfits and also the beauty for the heart segment. I’ve heard a similar analogy to a house, with each room being various aspects of our lives (home, family, work, finances, etc) and God being the foundation. When the foundation is not right, nothing is right! Thanks for this reminder!

  2. Hi Cyndi,

    I really love both outfits, so becoming on you! Thanks you for helping us wiser 😉 women know how to stay stylish!

    Blessings,
    Gloria

  3. Hello,
    I love your style and look forward to seeing the new look and ideas for myself.
    I really enjoy your beauty for the heart also, what devotion book are you using now, the one you mentioned today? Can you share the name of it please?
    Thank you, Rita

  4. Loving both looks, Cyndi! Those heels and black booties are sexy. Makes me wish I could wear heels still. I love a good moto jacket. It adds just the right amount of edge to a feminine outfit.
    I never heard of peanut butter pie. I love peanut butter! Would you share the recipe?

  5. Oh, I loved Beauty for the Heart today! Thank you for that important message.
    The moto jacket is really stylish, and I love the color.

  6. Spot on BFTH today, it’s going on the frig! Gorgeous outfit. Have always been a turtleneck fan, looks great with this green moto jacket. Love green. Just ordered a green purse from Macys in the VIP sale. I give today’s look, five stars.

  7. love the two looks and the BFH today I purchased a no sleeve turtle neck a few days ago can’t wait to wear it with my moto jackect

  8. Outfits look very stylish on you, and perfect for women in your age bracket. Just curious, what are you going to do wth your numerous jeans with frayed hems when that trend goes away, hopefully soon! Just not my thing. Just looks so juvenile, but some gals love it🙂

  9. I rarely comment, but, thank you, I am going through something now that I just got the answer to in your “Beauty For The Heart” today. I always go to your page and I’ve used your advice and am a hip and cool 48 year old, lol. Thank you and God Bless!

  10. I love that God is our entire dresser and not to be compartmentalized, but all inclusive!!! I love the moto jacket look-I bought a blush suede moto last year from Nordstrom and this year found a cute black one at WalMart…just $11!!! It’s super cute and comfy, but you need to size up! You’re gorgeous in all your posts…and I love the cow!

  11. I love both styles on you! I just bought a black faux suede Moto Jacket, but the black seems so intense. I think I much prefer the color jacket you choose and it looks so good with everything else black. Hmmm, not I have to decide if I take the black one back and get this one?!
    You have great style!

  12. I love the all black look on you. Thanks for sharing a moto jacket from amazon. I will have to check that one out. Have a great day,

  13. Thanks so much for sharing the dresser /drawers analogy today. God spoke to me through you. Thanks for being His willing vessel. I also like the moto jacket look and am considering what color would be most versatile to add to my wardrobe.