It’s a tough look to pull off and needs to always be balanced appropriately or one runs the risk of giving out the “I just arrived on the back of my dirty, bearded, foul mouthed boyfriends Harley”. Unless this is the look you are after (each to their own) I’ve put together a kind of “How to.......” list:
1) Try to limit other leather items to shoes (less is more) and handbags only – not sure the Oliver Newton John leather trousers from her Sandra Dee days will work with your new leather jacket, oversized leather clutch and knee high leather boots. Screams OTT!
5) Always spray your jacket with leather protector – people tend to think protector spray is for footwear only, I use it on all leather handbags and jackets. Especially here in London with the emotional weather we seem to have to deal with daily.
Happy Leather Jacket Wearing.