We picked a white motorcycle jacket and a tweedy lady jacket to go with the boyfriend jean. Each takes you somewhere without changing what's underneath.

Featured Tipster: Meg
Featured Tipster: Meg

For guys it's really easy to throw on a jacket and pull your look together. That's a tip women can borrow.

Featured Tipster: Meg

MichaelWovens Designer

Featured Tipster: Michael

Jacket design: When I design a jacket, I go for style but also movement. If it doesn't move well, it won't be your favorite.

Featured Tipster: Michael

My style advice? Don't complicate it. Men have the ease of dressing down.


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  • City Biker We added ponte panels at the sides and sleeves to give this leather jacket a leaner, flattering silhouette. The leather is amazingly soft–no hard edges here. Shop >

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  • Knit Wit I love this tweedy little jacket! It's sculpted with ponte panels so it really moves. Pair it with our striped bateau neck tee and a skinny jean for the perfect weekend look. Shop >

    Knit Wit

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  • Tux Redux This jacket was inspired by a man's 1950s vintage tuxedo jacket in my own closet. Streamlined and shaped, it's feminine and easy. Tropical Suiting is one of my favorite fabrics–it has such a great drape. Shop >

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  • Handloomed I can't say enough about stripes–they are very important for Spring 2014. I recommend this handloomed scarf to complete your look. It seems to work with everything. Shop >

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  • Dinner Jacket Silk is great for jackets–it drapes so beautifully you don't have to do a lot of tailoring. We gave this one a feminine twist with a shirttail hem and 3/4 sleeves. Shop >

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  • Go Flamingo This Organic Linen Jersey top looks like it's all about attitude, but actually it's a versatile layering piece. The higher neckline and angled hem are great under jackets. Shop >

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