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10 Ways To Rock Waterfall Jackets From Fashionistas’ Look Books

Ways To Rock Waterfall Jackets From Fashionistas' Look Books

Check the many ways to rock waterfall jackets and start adding some to your wardrobe now. Waterfall Jackets are cool and it’s a great piece of fashion piece that every fashionista woman must own because they are an easy and stylish throw-on-and-go option that you can use to give your outfit a different look.

If you have a bulgy belly, wearing waterfall jackets is a cool way to hide your belly fat and add another level of style to your outfits. In addition, if you’re looking for a way to add a pop of colour to a boring outfit, a brightly coloured waterfall jacket like red, yellow or pink will do the magic.

Wearing waterfall jackets is also a cool way to keep yourself a bit warmer on those not so warm days. So, while adding another layer of style to your outfit, you kill two bed with one stone by also keeping yourself warm.

So, if you haven’t gotten yourself a few pieces of waterfall jackets to always style some of your outfits, now is the time to do so by getting some inspiration from the fashionistas below.

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Ways To Rock Waterfall Jackets From Fashionistas' Look Books

Here, Folake Huntoon of Style Pantry is rocking a red waterfall jacket that she paired with a white cropped jean and a blue tank top. She completed the look with a pair of nude pumps and gold accessories.

Ways To Rock Waterfall Jackets From Fashionistas' Look Books

In this photo, Nigerian On Air Personality, Toke Makinwa is wearing a red waterfall jacket that she threw over a white top and a pair of blue skinny jeans. The Nigerian Youtube vlogger and Ciroc ambassador completed the look with a pair of black high-heeled sandals, a silver neck piece and a gold ring.

Ways To Rock Waterfall Jackets From Fashionistas' Look Books

Fashionista, Agathata of Irony of Ashi is seen rocking a red waterfall jacket over a nude dress that she matched up with a nude bag and a pair of nude pumps. Wearing her hair all back in a pony with a centre part, the fashion blogger belted the jacket under her bust and wore a gold wristwatch and a matching wristband.

Here is Folake Huntoon’s second look wearing the same yellow waterfall jacket that she paired with blue denim pants. The stylish mum completed the look with a pair of yellow heels and accessories.

South African based Swazi stylist and interior decorator, Nthabiseng Khoza rocks a yellow waterfall jacket over a white top and a pleated mini skirt made with a brightly coloured printed fabric. The fashionista and mum completed her look with a pair of matching yellow pumps, a pair of gold earrings, necklace, a wristwatch and dark sunglasses.

Folake rocks the yellow waterfall jacket a third time. This time, the stylist is pairing it with a black and white striped pants, a white top, a pair of black pumps, and a pair of large loop earrings.

Waterfall jackets can be thrown over many kinds of outfits. In this photo, Raliat of The Fashion Fanatic is wearing an all black attire and she threw a camel waterfall jacket over it.

In this photo, Eryn of Style Sew Me is wearing is red waterfall jacket that was made by her using a Butterick 6244 pattern. The Dallas based wife and mum wore the colourful jacket over a white tank top that she wore on high waisted denim pants. She completed the look with a pair of brown heels, accessories from Charming Charlie and a pair of dark sun glasses.

Wearing the yellow waterfall jacket a fourth time, Folake pairs it with a white shirt and the ripped blue denim pants she wore in the second look. The fashion editor completed the look with a pair of wine coloured laced ankle boots and accessories.

This Fashionista rocks her long waterfall jacket white a pair of black pants and a black top. Her brown jacket was matched up with a pair of brown ankle boots and a black handbag.

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