How to Style Premium Leather Shirts
Spring brings more than just pleasant comfort from the bone-chilling temperatures and wrapped layers of winter. Transitional clothing is necessary when the weather warms and the flowers blossom. Warm jackets that aren’t too heavy, mid-weight sweaters, and sprightlier bottoms and skirts come to mind. However, this interseason period isn’t only about practicality. It’s the ideal moment to start incorporating spring’s major trends into your wardrobe. Yes, layers are necessary before you can live in floaty dresses, floaty skirts, and airy linen.
About Men’s Leather Shirts
It’s all about the leather shirt these days, from mains sockets to button-downs with expansive sleeves and faux-leather designs with a minimalist bent, when you want something with texture that also adds an edge to an outfit.
A Premium Leather shirt for Men, like a classic leather bomber or cropped moto, looks great with wardrobe basics like jeans, slip dresses, and flowing skirts. They’re the ideal weight for warmish days with a hint of briskness, and they’re really easy to style.
You may tuck a fitting shape into jeans for a casually stylish vibe, wear an oversize version open like a jacket layered over a tank or dress, or go for a button-down design worn loosely above pants, with lots of adaptability for all moods and situations.
Do you wish for a more daring fashion moment? Whether you like looser fits or precise shapes, head-to-toe leather is a must-try style. What’s the secret to pulling off this sort of ‘fit with ease? A monochromatic color scheme. Pro tip: a lot of companies have matching bottoms, which makes matching a breeze.
And, before you believe that leather coats are just appropriate for the brief transitional season of spring, reconsider. Yes, they’re ideal for this time of year, but the current fabrics are buttery soft and very light, so you can easily keep them in your rotation until summer arrives. Keep reading to learn about men’s leather shirts we adore, ranging from feminine to simple, colorful to neutral, fitting to large. In addition, there are style suggestions for each one.
Pair a bone-colored leather shirt (we’re fascinated with this hybrid piece) with loose denim for an oversize look. This shirt may be worn buttoned up or open over a bodysuit or tank. Wear this outfit for errands, breakfast, or a laid-back supper with minimal slides.
When tucked into jeans, this puff-sleeve leather shirt becomes a trendy focal point, giving a lowkey tailored appearance. With golden slides, a croc-embossed belt, and small yet eye-catching hoops, the beautiful pine color plays nicely with springy tones from pastel pink to yellow, appearing polished as ever.
Combining a bright shirt with matching pants is a great way to get in on the leather trend. Have fun with accessories for a bright day spent outside, such as sneakers and a straw hat. A yellow gold chain-link bracelet adds a sophisticated touch.
A leather shirt is a right way to go when it’s “not too hot, not too chilly” and “all you need is a light leather shirt”. For a date, dinner, or drinks with friends, toss one over a patterned dress with color-coordinated accessories.
This red leather shirt from Zippileather has a simple aesthetic that is anything but dull (honestly, the buttery feel is heavenly). It looks ultra-sleek but when paired with pleated shorts and simple shoes.
A ribbed dress is another shirt-jacket dress combo we adore (we’re not giving up the soft trend anytime soon). A fitted offset to the waist-cinched midi is created by a styled-open shirt, which is also the ideal layer for in-between weather.