Cheryl Cole Rocks a Burgundy Metallic Bomber Jacket

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The fall and winter seasons have seen their fair share of trends for us to admire and even write about. Some of the more notable trends include colors such as burgundy, cobalt, and olive. We’ve also witnessed the everlasting military-inspired trend with pieces like bomber jackets, pea coats, and trench coats. But what would happen if you combine two or more of these trends in one piece? It’s really hard to say; we think it depends on which items you choose. Cheryl Cole, however, seemed to have the answer while enjoying a night out earlier this week.

After wrapping up her DJ set at a London nightclub, she stepped out wearing a chic metallic and burgundy bomber jacket. She playfully matched her jacket with a pair of black leather harem pants and matching colored heels. This is a noteworthy ensemble; in fact, her dapper pants and elegant heels deserve their own separate posts.

Cheryl has enjoyed a successful year with her singing, DJ-ing, and hosting career, and now she can add being a fashionista to her impressive and expanding resume. We are impressed with her gusto to combine a metallic-sleeved blouson-style bomber jacket with a bold color like burgundy. Two thumbs up!

Celebrities leaving the Rose Club

Cheryl ColeCheryl Cole spotted leaving the Rose Club in London, England, on December 21, 2012

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