Blogger Charuta of ModaYalda Shows You 5 Terrific Ways to Wear Your Leather Jacket

So many ideas!

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#1. With a statement tee and joggers for a laidback look

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#2. With a bodycon dress/skirt to rock any party

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#3. With a kurta and ripped jeans for fun, fusion vibes

#4. With a benarsi skirt for a chic look to wear to a wedding.

#5. With a comfy hoodie for an off-duty casual look

Styling and Images: Charuta Arvind Yadav.

Check out her blog here and follow her on Instagram here.

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