Fall is right around the corner, and if you’re anything like me you’re ready to layer up. When faced with the “what to wear” conundrum, the ultimate third layer is the answer. A well-cut leather jacket can elevate the most basic look with ease. I’m sure you already have your essential fall jacket, but an update wouldn’t hurt.
I’m sharing my favorite plus-size leather jackets for this year. From the classic moto to statement jackets, scroll down to shop my favorites before they’re gone.
The Classic Moto
You can never go wrong with the classic moto. Whether layered over a hoodie or your favorite summer dress, this a great way to rev up your look. Try pairing it with a cropped shirt or a midi dress and ankle boots.
There is something so rocker chic about a well-made studded leather jacket. If you aren’t an edgy gal by nature, try pairing it with a cozy sweater, relaxed jeans and loafers or knee length skirt.
Be daring with this season’s hottest hue. If you only wear black or white, a red leather jacket will add life to your wardrobe. Try to mix it with prints or statement tees for a vibrant fall feel.
A cropped jacket is a great way to keep to accentuate your curves in the cooler months. Pair your cropped jacket with a high-waisted skirt or fit and flare dress. Drape it over your shoulders or leave it open over your favorite spring and summer pieces.
Floral embroidery is a great way to add a feminine touch to masculine pieces. This updated styling is a great addition to a monochromatic outfit or a v-neck neck tee and slim fit jeans.
Sometimes it’s nice to have a universal shade other than traditional black. Look for a neutral shade that fits within your color palette to brighten up your look a little. These jackets will look great with a sundress or jeans and a white tee.
A metallic jacket is a surprisingly versatile piece that can go with anything. This season futuristic silver isn’t the easiest to style, but a leather jacket may be the answer to the trend. Try to avoid matching it with other metallic and op for more minimalistic separates.