Women’s leather jackets – the 4 styles to try


Most of the people give priority to leather as a material when it comes to clothes for winters. Women, a synonymous to fashion, enjoy having few leather articles in their wardrobe. It is warmer and tougher than all other things available in the fashion market. In addition, the outfit made using leather is more durable and fashionable. Here are 4 styles that you should try this season:

Black Rivet Leather Multi-Seam Scuba is very tough among all the leather jackets for women. It has the combination of the best features of biker and military jackets. It is a slim fit and has subtle variations in colours along with beautiful shine. Its multiple seam detailing gives extra finishing touches. Made using genuine leather shell, these jackets are lined with hundred per cent polyester. These coats have a stand-up collar, a full zip front, adjustable waist tabs, shoulder epaulets and zip-closure cuffs.

Leather Scuba with Adjustable Side Tabs – Designed and tailored using genuine & soft leather, these women’s leather jackets have a large point collar, a full zip front, adjustable side tabs and interior polyester lining. All these combination make the outfit a perfect one for cold days.

Black Rivet Leather Stonewash Cycle – Made using stonewash leather, these leather jackets for women have a distinct look due to their snap cuffs, asymmetrical zipper and pockets. Due to the shoulder epaulets, these coats look like an army jacket. These jackets have waist back, seam details on the shoulders, cuffs, polyester lined interior and a point collar. There are two zip hand pockets, a zip pocket on the chest and a snap closure flap pocket for storage.

If you are looking for soft leather jackets for women, give a try to distressed lambskin jackets. Made using genuine lambskin, these coats give you a hint of motorcycle styling. These jackets have zip hand pockets, and asymmetrical zippers. With polyester interior lining, these jackets keep you warm in cold days.

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