When you think of a leather jacket, you almost instantly think of the colour black. After all, black leather jackets have been a staple in all our wardrobes. However, more and more people are taking interest in different coloured leather jackets to spice up their outfits. In this article, we’ll take a look at some tips on how you can style your different coloured leather jackets.

Styling Leather Jackets

Styling Leather Jackets

Brown jackets are as close as you can get to black. This is why most people opt to go for brown jackets if black is out of the picture. Luckily, brown, tan, beige and other brown colour variations are a piece of cake to style. Just like the classic black leather jackets, they go with almost everything. You can pair it with any colour of the blouse and a pair of your blue jeans. What’s great is, you can even pair it with a top of another shade of brown. Layer a nude-coloured shirt under a rich brown leather jacket and you’ve got yourself a great outfit.

A sharp red leather jacket is amazing in elevating your outfit to a whole new level. A bright red jacket gives off an athletic masculine vibe. You can easily pair it with some leather leggings or pants, and a pair of knee-high boots for added effect. Meanwhile, a more toned down red colour is a perfect colour for the fall. They especially look good with a pair of dark-washed denim jeans.

White leather jackets are very uncommon. However, they can be one of the most versatile pieces you can have in your closet. White goes with everything, just like how black does. That’s why it will complement most of your outfits well. White jackets can be both dressed up or dressed down. Pair it with a nice pair of sneakers, a mini skirt, and a casual top for a nice but put-together laid-back outfit. Want a smart-casual outfit? Layer a nice white blouse under your white jacket. Then, finish it off with a tan pencil skirt and a pair of your smartest high heels.

You might think that bright coloured jackets are the hardest to style, but you’re wrong. Styling them is actually easier than it seems. The key is to choose a shade of colour that’s bright but doesn’t overpower. For example, you would think that a yellow leather jacket simply won’t go with anything. However, a toned-down yellow jacket that’s not neon is an excellent addition to your wardrobe. It’s a lot less boring than a black leather jacket. However, it can go with feminine dresses, casual tops, and even plain shirts. They can instantly bring life to an otherwise simple outfit.

Don’t hesitate to sport a different coloured leather jacket. Contrary to what you might think, they are certainly easy to style. Leather jackets in colours like brown, red, and even unusual ones such as yellow