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THE ULTIMATE 8 WAYS TO STYLE A LEATHER JACKET

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The Ultimate 8 Ways to Style A Leather Jacket


When you've just bought a super stylish and cool leather jacket, you may wonder how to style it in multiple ways. A leather jacket is one of our favourite outerwear pieces because it is so easy to style for traveling, partying, motorcycle riding and perfect for most seasons. Let’s just get right into this, we're going to show you 8 ways to style a leather jacket to show your personality and make you stand out in the crowd. 


Look 1: Denim Jacket 

This whole look is great for layering, especially when it gets really cold outside. A simple black leather blazer with a navy denim jacket. Add a white tee underneath or jumper if it's really chilly out. The white jeans and black leather boots look are perfect to layer up. You can add accessories to make this whole look pop too.


Look 2: Plaid Pants 

This is a great outfit. It's perfect for daytime and nighttime. A black leather jacket with plaid pants can be super stylish. Underneath you can wear both black and white t-shirts which both match the look very well. Team with black leather boots as this is much more suitable than sneakers. You can opt for different coloured pants with this type of outfit too.


Moto Leather Jacket
Moto Leather Jacket


Look 3: Denim Jeans 

A simple casual everyday outfit, just running your errands going to work or to the pub. A leather jacket with denim jeans combo can never be wrong, you can do so much with one leather jacket. We personally really love this outfit, simple yet stylish.


Moto Leather Jacket
Moto Leather Jacket


Look 4: White Shirt 

A great nighttime look, but you can also make it a day outfit with a white tee. A leather jacket with a white shirt and denim jeans makes the whole look stylish yet super suitable for a nice dinner and a party without being too overly dressed. Add subtle accessories to upgrade the whole look.


Bomber Jacket
Bomber Jacket


Look 5: Turtleneck Sweater 

This outfit is definitely cool for winter and early spring. Finished off with the long leather coat, we're obsessed with this whole look. A light camel colour can be paired with cool autumn or winter colours like black, grey, blue and even dark brown to achieve an amazing effect. Also, a pair of casual shoes are really cool for this whole outfit.


Long Leather Coat
Long Leather Coat


Look 6: Leather Pants 

Definitely a punk-rock image for someone who loves to show their personality and attitude. Skinny leather pants with a rockstud leather jacket and leather boots are one of a kind. Once again, another great outfit where you could even wear a black shirt underneath instead of white. Leather outfits can be really dope for rock and roll lovers.


Leather Jacket
Leather Jacket


Look 7: Casual Sweater 

Casual dudes are still stylish. This is great for having dinner or having fun with friends outside. The sweater could be changed to a graphic t-shirt underneath. Keep it simple and comfortable. The fur collar of the leather jacket is removable so you can wear it during spring and you won’t feel too cold or too hot.


Fur Collar Leather Jacket
Fur Collar Leather Jacket


Look 8: Sweater Pants 

Casual and comfortable, yet stylish. We love being casual but still looking great, so this is completely on point. With multiple pockets, it’s more convenient to carry stuff. Choose casual shoes or boots to compliment. 


Moto Bomber Leather Jacket
Moto Bomber Leather Jacket


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PalaLeather only uses genuine goatskin and lambskin leather to make high quality leather jackets. With 30+ years of leather manufacturing experience, PalaLeather are proud to state that their leather jackets can be compared with luxury leather jackets brands. 100% handmade craftsmanship, latest R&D technology, full lines of custom services and detailed-made accessories make a leather jacket become a staple piece for all men’s wardrobes.


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