leather Jackets nowadays are available in all shapes, colors and price ranges, but many people believe that leather jackets are only for tall and slim women. But far from it, because even women with large sizes can wear a leather jacket without any problems. It doesn't always have to be the classic biker jacket.
Often times you have to try out a few jackets to find the right shape for yourself. Because just like with all other items of clothing, not every woman has the same jacket. But once you have found your leather jacket, it will accompany you in every situation.
How do you combine leather jackets?
The classic biker jacket, for example, is an absolute eye-catcher and conjures up a cool look out of every outfit. For women with a wider hip you should always choose a top that is longer than the leather jacket (these often go to the waist) in order to skilfully conceal the extra pounds. Super long blouses, sweaters or shirts are suitable for this. Skinny jeans, leggings or a maxi skirt stretch the body and the eye-catcher is automatically directed to the jacket. You can wear almost any shoe, whether casual sneakers, pumps, boots or comfortable Birkenstocks. With different basics you can put your leather jacket in the limelight as you wish and you are prepared for the big show. If you like to play with accessories, you can wear a scarf, hat, baseball cap and much more. give the look a very special touch.
With colored leather jackets (there are in all great colors from green to blue, red to purple, there is something for every taste) you should make sure that the outfit is not too colorful and wild. Because it quickly looks like a carnival. In order to leave the colored jacket in its place, choose muted colors such as black, gray, brown or even white for the brave. Of course, smart jeans always fit!
Many shops now offer a great selection of different leather jackets in large sizes. Take a look around and maybe your new leather jacket will soon be a loyal companion through your life.
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