Cara Delevingne Gleams in a Gold-Accented Jacket

I bet you are already well acquainted with Cara Delevingne’s rad personal style. Off the runway, she is often seen wearing snazzy pants, some sort of flat footwear, a statement top, and a jacket.

Yes, a jacket is indispensable in the model’s ensembles. In fact, she is rarely seen without one. Just yesterday, she was spotted leaving her hotel room in London in a flashy jacket.

Cara DelevingneCara Delevingne leaving her hotel in London, United Kingdom on June 12, 2013

I say flashy because the jacket features a gold-tone accent on its lapels, matching the gold-tone cap Cara was holding.

The jacket is the perfect accompaniment to the model’s edgy ensemble. I mean, how many people can pull off wearing two-tone, body-hugging overalls? And with that fierce makeup and high-top shoes, Cara looked like she just stepped out of an RTW runway.

Aside from caps, Cara seems to find jackets a determining factor in her ensembles. She understands how much a chic jacket can amp up a look — especially jackets with metallic details.

I like how Cara’s piece only has metallic details on the lapels. It’s not over-the-top. So, if you feel like injecting gold into your ensemble, this jacket is a good option.

We weren’t able to ID the make of her jacket, but we did find a couple of alternatives:

1. Camilla and Marc Great Fear Jacket/Vest, $225

Camilla and Marc Great Fear Jacket Vest

This isn’t gold, but the bronze shade makes this a close kin of what Ms. Delevingne wore.

2. Sass & Bide Critic’s Choice Jacket, $790

Sass & Bide Critic’s Choice Jacket

The gold in this one is more subtle. The gold-tone piping makes it perfect for accentuating figures.

If you are into completely metallic jackets (hey, you need something edgier if you really want to make an impression), here are some ideal choices:

Faith Connexion Zipped JacketFaith Connexion Zipped Jacket, $1,660.28


Burberry Prorsum Tailored JacketBurberry Prorsum Tailored Jacket, $4,495

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