5 Leather Jacket Styles That Will Never Get Old

The best leather jackets can be found in many places. They are the ultimate jacket for looking super cool when you need to take your outfit from zero to 100. No matter what the trend climate may dictate, but the right one will also get better with age.

Remember that the best leather jackets get softer, but they retain their shape. (Although, leather does stretch a little after the first few wears, so buy a snug size if you want a close fit.) Naturally, finding The One is hard—it’s a commitment. We’ve edited the current options with a ferocious, hard-to-please eye, bringing you the greatest leather jackets you can buy right now, which makes for fortuitous timing, seeing as they were a big deal on the F/W 22 runways

Today’s leather jackets are so much more than a line-up of faux black bikers. (But should a classic moto still make your heart skip a beat, that’s entirely acceptable.) Whether utilitarian and rendered in an unusual color or double-breasted, tailored and a million miles away from a Harley Davidson, there are options aplenty. Scroll down to shop the fashion world’s best leather jackets now.

Style Notes: If you like your jackets to err on the minimalist side, look for a leather blazer. A boxy shape makes this the ultimate casual trophy piece, and there are plenty to be found both on the high street and from designer brands. 

Style Notes: Here’s all the proof one needs that leather can be tailored and chic. A stiff-and-boxy texture will add interest to any outfit and is guaranteed to be a keeper for many years to come.

Style Notes: Whether you’re after a minimalist-style shacket or a full-on Western get-up, a fringed leather jacket is surprisingly classic. It’s cleaner than its biker counterpart, and our money is on this adornment for the new season.

Style Notes: We can’t overlook a cult classic. Our wardrobe (and our hearts) will always have space for a classic biker. Edgy, easy, and effortless, this piece goes with everything.

Style Notes: Leather bomber jackets have a sporty nuance that gives a retro edge. The softer edges are opposed to the classic leather-jacket structure, adding a relaxed feel. 

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This post originally appeared on Who What Wear UK.

This piece was published at an earlier time and has since been updated.