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How to pull off the biker chick look...? - August 15th 2010, 11:07 AM

I have been looking into the autumn and winter trends and I am really loving the bicker chick style, leather jackets and big boots and jeans.

I really like these boots http://www.matalan.co.uk/fcp/product...ist=Dept,brand
I would love some Doc Martins but I can't afford them.

and these jackets
http://www.newlook.com/shop/womens/j...cket_188407001
http://www.matalan.co.uk/fcp/product...ist=Dept,brand

I was just wondering if anyone has any tips on how to pull this off.
I still want to look girly at the same time and not too metalhead rocker, somewhere in the middle because that is what I am like. I like some metal but I also like fashion and girly stuff.

I am usually just a jeans and t shirt kind of girl so I am looking to try something new here.

Oh and skinny jeans are a no, I have very wide hips and skinny jeans draw attention to them...

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Re: How to pull off the biker chick look...? - August 15th 2010, 11:33 AM

a girly dress, the boots will rock them up. Studded bracelet or leather bracelets, dark makeup. The shoes and jacket are big parts of the look.

Also I love what the girl on the left is doing:

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although don't feel the need to completely black out. That just removes all imagination.



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Re: How to pull off the biker chick look...? - August 15th 2010, 11:36 AM

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a girly dress, the boots will rock them up. Studded bracelet or leather bracelets, dark makeup. The shoes and jacket are big parts of the look.

Also I love what the girl on the left is doing:

http://girldir.com/files/images/bike...ffed-skirt.jpg

although don't feel the need to completely black out. That just removes all imagination.
Oh I love it, I actually have a skirt like that but it is covered in little pink and purple flowers.
and I have another one which is exactly like that but bright pink

I also have quite a few girly flowery dresses which I wouldn't have thought to wear with the jacket or boots.
   
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August 15th 2010, 11:42 AM

I think girly dresses would be a great basis with the shoes and thin black tights, and then accessorize it up.








Also, what's your hair like? You don't want it looking perfect all the time if you want to pull off the rock chick thing. Its in the attitude as well.



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Re: How to pull off the biker chick look...? - August 15th 2010, 11:52 AM


I have bangles exactly like the ones in the second picture. I also wear my boyfriends stuff occasionally, like his wristbands (he has a leather Metallica wristband which I steal a lot) and band t shirts which are all metal band (I only wear ones of bands I like)

My hair is blonde and wavy. I usually straighten it or curl it because it is in between but if wearing something like this I could leave it wavy and look ok but in my normal clothes I find it looks to messy.

Here are some really bad pictures (in age order 16, 17, 18)


I have always loved Alexa Chung's style but never had the confidence to pull it off, I am going to Uni in September (or a new college for resits) but where ever I go it is a new start with new people and Iw on't be in school uniform anymore so I am throwing out a lot of my old clothes and going on a shopping spree for new clothes and I am going to try and be adventurous and find my own style instead of wearing jeans, t shirts and DCs. I am seriously stuck in a clothing rut...

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Re: How to pull off the biker chick look...? - August 15th 2010, 12:15 PM

Aww you're gorgeous. Some dark black eyeliner would defiantly complete your look. I love your hair, especially in the first photo.

I wouldn't chuck away any of your clothes, all the ones you're wearing in those photos are lovely, and its always good to have spare clothes.



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Re: How to pull off the biker chick look...? - August 15th 2010, 12:30 PM

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I have bangles exactly like the ones in the second picture. I also wear my boyfriends stuff occasionally, like his wristbands (he has a leather Metallica wristband which I steal a lot) and band t shirts which are all metal band (I only wear ones of bands I like)

My hair is blonde and wavy. I usually straighten it or curl it because it is in between but if wearing something like this I could leave it wavy and look ok but in my normal clothes I find it looks to messy.

Here are some really bad pictures (in age order 16, 17, 18)


I have always loved Alexa Chung's style but never had the confidence to pull it off, I am going to Uni in September (or a new college for resits) but where ever I go it is a new start with new people and Iw on't be in school uniform anymore so I am throwing out a lot of my old clothes and going on a shopping spree for new clothes and I am going to try and be adventurous and find my own style instead of wearing jeans, t shirts and DCs. I am seriously stuck in a clothing rut...
I'm doing the same! I think you could pull of rock chick though especially with your hair.

Also with those shoes you could try wearing shortish denim shorts.


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Re: How to pull off the biker chick look...? - August 15th 2010, 09:23 PM

Also check your local TK max if you have a chance for the dm's



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Re: How to pull off the biker chick look...? - August 18th 2010, 09:08 PM

I love the dress
I have one similar that I team with a khaki coloured thin jacket with rolled up sleeves, and some biker boots. Either that or a funky print skirt with my leather crop jacket.
If you think it looks too heavy, add a flower or headband. I have loads of those pin-on flowers, the oversized ones, that I stick to jackets, bags, dresses. Muss up your hair too, with some backcombing and wear a rocker headband, or scrunch it in a messy side pony

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Re: How to pull off the biker chick look...? - August 19th 2010, 02:23 PM

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I have been looking into the autumn and winter trends and I am really loving the bicker chick style, leather jackets and big boots and jeans.

I really like these boots http://www.matalan.co.uk/fcp/product...ist=Dept,brand


and these jackets
http://www.newlook.com/shop/womens/j...cket_188407001
http://www.matalan.co.uk/fcp/product...ist=Dept,brand

I was just wondering if anyone has any tips on how to pull this off.
I still want to look girly at the same time and not too metalhead rocker, somewhere in the middle because that is what I am like. I like some metal but I also like fashion and girly stuff.

I am usually just a jeans and t shirt kind of girl so I am looking to try something new here.

Oh and skinny jeans are a no, I have very wide hips and skinny jeans draw attention to them...
Hey that boot and jacket is hell sexy!

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Re: How to pull off the biker chick look...? - August 22nd 2010, 11:53 AM

I have found some boots. A lot of the ones I was looking at turned out to be grey and not black to look distressed but I found some black ones in the end.

All the biker jackets I have tried on don't fit. I have a long body and all the jackets I try on are too short and you can see my stomach...
   
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Re: How to pull off the biker chick look...? - August 22nd 2010, 02:52 PM

Try the newlook tall range , or asos tall.



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Re: How to pull off the biker chick look...? - August 22nd 2010, 03:32 PM

Does ASOS have a tall range? All I can see is petite, curves and maternity.
   
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