Liquid Vinyl is a statement in its own right; but when Kelly Maglia gets her hands on it she creates the essence of edgy style. After recently releasing her latest collection Get A Grip, which was initially for pole dancers and performers alike, she aims to expand her designs to streetwear.
One of my many favorite pieces out of the collection is the Liquid Vinyl Cropped Moto Jacket. I have styled the moto jacket with three different streetwear looks. Kelly’s Rock ‘n Roll Couture is for the creative and bold; someone just like you!
In this first look I went with a pair of bold patterned shorts and a message crop tee. This outfit is perfect for a fun day out and about. The moto jacket’s material is super comfortable and stretchy, which means you can still be comfortable AND stylish while rocking it.
Flirt with danger and wear a flouncy skater skirt with the moto jacket. Being a slightly dressed up outfit, this is perfect for when you want to look extra good without any effort. I paired a cap sleeve crop top that has sheer stripes under the bust with a bat packed skater skirt. With the impeccable fit of the moto jacket, the sheer stripes revealing slivers of skin, and the cute bats adorning the skirt it says, “I’m sexy yet dangerous”.
What’s more daring in fashion than combining two extremes? A maxi dress and cropped jacket will definitely turn heads! One of the things I really love about this jacket is that it adds just enough shine to any ensemble. Wearing this super casual maxi dress with the Liquid Vinyl Moto Jacket creates an effortlessly chic look. Add tons of bracelets and rings for an even more stand out appeal.
Just as an added bonus, I’ve included a sneak peek of Kelly’s piece which will make an appearance in a really cool super secret music video so make sure you keep an eye out for the video’s release!The great thing about the jacket is it’s versatility; so you can wear it however you like! How would you rock the Liquid Vinyl Moto?
Mallory Gutierrez is a dancer, model, and fashion guru. You can follow her here: