Friday, October 3, 2014

Wilsons Leather: Black leather jackets for the Fall

Product received from Wilsons Leather.  All opinions are my own.


Every woman should have a leather jacket in their fall wardrobe.  It's a chic statement piece that will never go out of style and looks great with a variety of looks.  Pair it with jeans and a tee or dress it up with a skirt and heels.  You really can't go wrong with such a classic fashion staple.

The Andrew Marc Center Exposed Zip Leather Scuba w/ Multi Stitching Jacket from Wilsons Leather is just perfect.  Buttery-soft genuine leather, stitched pattern accents, and stylish shoulder epaulets make this jacket stand out from the rest.  


The fit is ultra flattering and it feels like a million bucks.  Inside you will find 100% cotton lining on the body and 100% polyester lining in the sleeves.  There are two open front pockets and two horizontal zippered chest pockets.  The shoulder epaulets feature snaps and the stitched accents on the zippered placket and back waistband adds character.  If you're looking for a leather jacket that is high in quality with the perfect amount of edginess, this is the style for you.  Available in four colors - saddle, cognac, black and cherry.


Go behind the scenes of their 2014 Fall Fashion Shoot.


Here I've styled another awesome jacket from Wilsons for the fall.  The one pictured below is a wonderfully affordable option.  The Black Rivet Quilted Faux-Leather Faux-Leather Collarless Jacket is on sale for $89.99.  Also available in the color bone.  

Notice how great this jacket looks with a casual jeans and sweater look, to a dressed up feminine sweetheart look. 


I love the mixture of hard and soft.  Leather jackets look amazing with soft, flowy fabrics.  The pretty pink tulle skirt is the perfect pairing.


Head on over to Wilsons Leather to find the leather jacket that speaks to you.  As always, they have a fabulous assortment for men and women this fall.

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