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TIPS TO SELECT A BEST LEATHER JACKET

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tips to select the best leather - MLH

• Always go for the high quality and best leather jacket not for the cheaper one.
•Make sure a jacket you are selecting would suit best with multiple outfits.
•Always check your fittings and measurements before buying a leather jacket as it looks best
when fitted according to the measurement.

•Leather hub provides the best options to select a trendy jackets according to your occasions. They own a wide range of leather jackets for both men and women.
You should always keep these trends and tips in your mind while selecting a leather jacket for
yourself.

KEY LEATHER JACKET STYLES

 BIKER JACKET

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The biker is a cropped leather jacket with studs and asymmetric zips that is considered the bad boy of the outerwear market. The asymmetric cut was meant to allow riders to lean over their bikes without the fastenings cutting into their bodies. It was first worn by motorcyclists.

The first versions had a slim cut, a D-pocket, and lapels that could either snap down or fold over and zip all the way up. This tough clothing, crafted from goatskin, cowhide, or horsehide, was popularised by Marlon Brando in the 1950s.

It’s a youthful, edgy look that looks best with skinny jeans, but it may also be worn over an Oxford (in the correct workplace).

FIELD JACKET

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The Sex Education Otis Milburn Cotton and Satin field jacket is a stone cold classic that was first portrayed in cotton drill fabric but has since been updated in leather. It is one of the most underestimated items of military apparel.

The M-65, as it’s known, is typically a little longer than other models, with many front pockets and a waist belt. It looks especially attractive in deep brown leather and will keep you warmer and better shelter you from the elements because it falls below the waist.

“This is where labels like Barbour and Belstaff get their bread and butter,” explains menswear blogger Neil Thornton, who has worked for Selfridges, Harvey Nichols, and Harrods. “It’s the ideal winter look, even more so.”

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