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Nashville: Get the Look (S5E3: Maddie's Flirty Bomber Jacket)

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Natalia Buia

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January 19, 2017

Besides the chart-topping hits and gut-wrenching plot twists, it’s the country-glam garments that keep viewers hooked on Nashville. From Juliette’s flirty and feminine dresses, to Scarlett’s bohemian maxis to Maddie’s trendy separates, the ladies have worn some of the most covetable outfits throughout the series and the season 5 premiere is no exception. Here’s how to copy the hottest looks from the show at a fraction of a price. After all, we’re not all record-breaking country music super stars. 

Over the last couple of years, Rayna James’ eldest daughter Maddie Conrad has made quite the transformation from geek to chic. Gone are her red glasses, juvenile headbands and pastel sweaters. Like Britney circa 2001, she’s not a girl, but not yet a woman. Her hair is blonder, her clothes are trendier and she’s wearing makeup! GASP. Much to her mother’s dismay, Maddie’s growing up and making her own choices when it comes to boys, music and fashion. 

With growing up comes the responsibility of getting –and maintaining—a job. So on Maddie’s first day interning at Tracks Studio, she dressed to impress. Her pairing a mixed print bomber jacket with a delicate white tank – both $250 a pop – was a smart and stylish choice. Not just for retired pilots, the bomber jacket is now a true fashion essential, even cooler than the blazer or leather jacket.  Maddie completed the look with black skinny jeans with ripped knees and a pair of black boots, making her fit right in with the musicians and sound engineers. Her perfectly planned outfit was enough to get the attention of one dreamy busker outside the studio, even after spilling her coffee on the ground. Hey, if you're going to fall, you might as well look fabulous on the way down. 

Here’s how you can nail a first impression just like Maddie for much, much less.

1. Silk plissé-pleated blouse, $55 from Aritzia

2. Black leather ankle boots, $90 from TopShop

3. Black skinny jeans, $39.99 from H&M

4. Floral bomber jacket, $22.99 from Forever 21

5. Brown saddle bag, $39.95 from GAP

Total cost to look like a million bucks: $247.93