Fall Prepping | 3 Ways To Wear Bombers & Pleated Skirts

Fall is very near and I can almost feel it in the air. As the weather is still relatively warm, it is important to begin prepping for fall. Since we’ve been on the topic of the bomber jacket this week, its only right that I end the week with a few bomber looks. I love pairing bombers with skirts so today we’re going to focus on one of my favorites – the pleated skirt. There are quite a few high end items in these looks so I was sure to also link dupes that will help you achieve the looks for less.

Pleated skirts are perfect for many occasions. Because this is a midi skirt, you can wear it throughout the year.

Bomber Jacket Fall Look 1 Befitting Style


We all know that back to fall also means back to school. Why not try this pleated two toned neutral skirt with a metallic bomber jacket? Get to class in style and finish off the look by mixing metals as you accessorize.

Bomber Jacket Fall Look 2 Befitting Style


Nothing like the smooth silk fabric grazing your skin during the fall. I love silk bombers because they emit a much different flare from the other bombers. With this jacket, wear a golden pleated skirt paired with a color blocked bodysuit (great for the weekends). Who said you can’t wear a halter bodysuit during the fall?!  I wasn’t able to find an exact dupe for the shoe so I linked another shoe that compliments the look as well. Whether you pair this look with a two toned metallic pump or a lace up open toe bootie, you’ll be sure to dazzle in your golden accessories.

Bomber Jacket Pleated Skirt Fall Look 3 Befitting Style


How will you style your bombers this fall?

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  1. I don’t like to see summer end so fast. Autumn yields to winter which I always dread so much. I love love that pleated skirt with the pomp snake skin shoe to go with it, what a lovely perfection. I am going to enjoy the remaining summer on second by second basis. I prefer the other bag than the subtitle. Oyin enjoy your labor day weekend. God bless you. Amen.

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