Video: Instead Of Leather Jackets And Denim Jackets, This Fall We Wear Leather Jackets
The time has not yet come to rush for a coat: it's warm outside. And we expect that it will be approximately the same until at least October. This means that we will need a completely different outerwear - usually in this case, we would advise you to remember your favorite leather jacket or denim jacket, but not this time. Why not pick someone more interesting? Nothing too daring or frighteningly risky: just wear a leather jacket instead of your usual lightweight jackets. Not a leather jacket, but a shirt or jacket made of leather - natural or artificial, it's up to you. It will look unexpected, but choosing an outfit for such a jacket is no more difficult than for a regular jeans. Almost everything looks good with them - they are completely universal. And any image is automatically made more intelligent.
At the same time, leather jackets are, on average, quite expensive. Even with a discount, an Off-White jacket can hardly be found for less than a hundred thousand. And the rest of the eminent houses are not happy with prices either. There are two ways out of the situation. First of all, of course, the mass market - in the same Zara there are excellent faux leather jackets.
Secondly, small brands from cities that have not yet become fashionable capitals. For example, absolutely luxurious jackets, which Natalia Vodianova and Gigi Hadid love, are made by the Moscow brand Lesyanebo. And instead of the standard black color, you can also find the most unexpected shades. How do you like the idea of buying a leather jacket in sky blue? Take a closer look at brands from Georgia, where the traditions of working with leather are very strong. In our selection you will find, for example, the Materiel jacket - intricate and unconditionally luxurious.
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