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MNG by MANGO Mission: Milan Mademoiselle

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Last week, I completed my first MNG by MANGO Mission by creating a look inspired by London's leading lady, Kate Middleton. This week's challenge? Create a Kaboodle styleboard inspired by the streets of Milan using this MNG by MANGO leather jacket.

I've been dying to get a pleated skirt, so I paired the edgy black leather MNG by MANGO jacket with a flowy emerald-green number. A simple white blouse, tall black ankle boots and leopard print bag finish the look.

How would you style this jacket? You can create your own set on Kaboodle, then enter to win a trip to join myself and 9 other bloggers in Barcelona to visit the MNG by MANGO studios! Click here to enter.

Find the latest fall styles from MNG by MANGO, sold exclusively at jcpenney stores and online at jcpenney/MNG.

Follow along:
Twitter hashtag: #MNGbyMANGOmission
Twitter handle: @jcpenney

Disclosure: This campaign is produced by Style Coalition and sponsored by jcpenney.

i love it
#1 Megan, The Frugalista Diaries (Homepage) on 2011-09-27 23:37 (Reply)
I love the pleated skirt you paired it with!

#2 Stacey (Homepage) on 2011-09-28 01:55 (Reply)
eeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!! that jacket is dreamy?!
#3 blogbytina! (Homepage) on 2011-09-28 12:33 (Reply)
I love the jacket! The skirt would be too long for me..sad times.
#4 K (Homepage) on 2011-09-28 22:14 (Reply)
Love the jacket! A little confused by the tittle though..."Milan Mademoiselle", Milan is in Italy and Mademoiselle is!
#5 Claudia on 2011-09-29 18:46 (Reply)
LOL i love that you called me out on that, it was late and I needed a title ... hehe ;-)
#5.1 The Budget Babe on 2011-09-29 20:49 (Reply)
Oh babe! I thought that was the actual title of the mission so I thought someone from Mango gave that to you! Ha ha! Congrats on the wedding, I bet you looked beautiful!!!
#5.1.1 Claudia on 2011-10-02 19:48 (Reply)
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