White leather 

History has it , leather jackets has been one of the oldest apparels around. Often associated with tags of biker jacket, flight jacket, and punk jacket etc they surely have come a long way and seen on shoulders of not only celebrities but every common person today. 

While the most common pairing of leather jackets is with white shirt inside and blue denims, there are various ways one can style them to make it a little different. Pair it with a long sleeve shirt and jeans or chinos and you can get away with it on a casual Friday in the office. You could even pull off a leather jacket on a shirt with a tie and trousers to spice up the semi casual look. 

Seen mostly in black and beige – leather jackets have evolved over time now available in almost any colours – red, blue and my favourite – white!

Nothing looks classier than a white leather jacket with denims. The white colour almost works in any occasion , colour of peace and friendship, soothing to the eyes, a white leather jacket not only adds to the masculine hue but also exudes confidence. 

If you like this look, then there’s never been a better time to invest in one! 

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