How to Wear Different Styles of Men’s Leather Jackets
Posted: 27th January 2016 in Tips & Tricks
Leather jackets have always been a powerful piece of clothing to have in your wardrobe. Although they have not always looked like they have today. They have undergone a transition through history from going hand in hand with rockers and big lapels to motorbike riding bad boys. The good news is, to pull off a leather jacket you don’t have to fork out thousands of pounds on a Harley Davidson.
Nowadays you can wear a leather jacket to pull off many different looks whether you are going for that smart look or just keeping it casual.
This jacket was always destined for greatness as pilots wore it as they hopped in and out of fighter planes so it’s no surprise that it’s a classic. This jacket is a key addition to any man looking that wants a jacket that is understated casual bordering smart casual. Pair it with a shirt or a t-shirt it looks great with either. Dark denim jeans are a must and you have a look that will turn heads when you are out and about. FYI steer clear of a pair of RayBan aviators unless you fancy that Tom Cruise Topgun look 😉 Wondering what to wear on your feet? Try rocking this jacket with a pair of Adidas Stan Smiths
Like what you see? Well you can get your very own bomber jacket here
Wrap a belt around that jacket and it has a new look and personality. Much like the belted jackets from Barbour these jackets have a smart look that won’t look oversized or ill-fitting. Pair this jacket with a cord jumper and a pair of slim fit dark chino or cord trousers and you have yourself a look that will keep you stylish and warm during the colder months.
Refresh your look with one of our belted leather jackets. Buy yours now
Not for the faint hearted, the sheepskin jacket makes a real statement. These jackets have made a serious comeback being worn more and more by celebrities gracing our television screens. While some jackets can be quite heavy they are extremely warm and when paired with denim jeans and a pair of tan timberland boots or dark leather boots you have yourself a ready for anything go anywhere look.
Looking to take the next step and own one of these for yourself? Want to make a real statement when you enter a room? Get your own sheepskin coat here
The key to a good duffle coat is in the size, a duffle coat that is even slightly too large can often end up drowning you. Keep an eye on the length, a properly fitting duffle coat will end up somewhere in between your hips and your knee. While more traditional duffle coats are often fabric a leather duffle coat is something that set you apart from the rest as well as being a material that won’t fade or lose its charm. It quite literally gets better with age.
Get your hands on this duffle coat and stand out from the crowd. Buy yours here