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Women's Estella Leather Biker Jacket - Bordeaux - Size 0 - Black
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The Leather Jacket Buying Guide
A leather jacket is a worthy investment piece, and has the longevity that every capsule wardrobe needs. Whether it is a zip-detailed biker, boxy blazer or shearling-lined cover-up, leather jackets will never go out of style. There are plenty of cuts and colors to choose from, as well vegan iterations. Read on for our women’s leather jacket buying guide, which will help you decide on the styles that work best for you and show you how to care for them.
The Best Leather Jacket For Your Budget
ASOS Leather JacketsFrom leather biker jackets with asymmetric zips, to white leather blazers with fringing, ASOS offers a selection of classic and contemporary pieces in a variety of price points. Shop the brand for cropped styles, faux-leather versions and colorful alternatives to black.
AllSaints Leather JacketsAllSaints is renowned for its leather jackets, and delivers one of the widest selections on the high street. Expect leather jackets that are washed for a lived-in look and enhanced with distressed details. Look to slim-fit designs made from super-soft lamb’s leather like the Ellis, or the Dalby Western biker.
IRO Leather JacketsIRO leather jackets showcase the label’s effortlessly cool Parisian spirit. Classic with a feminine edge, this range of jackets reworks leather and suede styles in fresh colorways.
Saint Laurent Leather JacketsBiker jackets are one of SAINT LAURENT's signature pieces. The brand’s iterations are typically made in Italy from supple leather and come with details like epaulets and zipped cuffs.
- What brand of leather jacket is best?
- Brands that are well-known for creating premium leather jackets that are built to last include Belstaff, Muubaa, SAINT LAURENT, Balmain and many more.
- Will my leather jacket get ruined in the rain?
- If you get caught in the rain, your leather jacket won’t be ruined if it gets slightly wet. It will only be if your leather jacket is exposed to significant amounts of moisture over time that damage occurs. This is because the oils in the leather bind to the water molecules and as the water dries and evaporates, the oils get drawn out with it. When leather loses its natural oils, it becomes less supple and can turn brittle. We recommend protecting it by applying a water-resistant leather lotion or spray.
- Will my leather jacket keep me warm?
- Leather jackets do offer some protection from the cold, especially pieces that are lined in insulating shearling. They can be worn in the winter if bought oversized, and this allows for sweaters and long-sleeve tops to be layered underneath.