Kourtney Kardashian’s Non-Basic Leather Jacket Is Cold Weather #Goals
While there's nothing wrong with the classic black moto (in fact, every closet needs one!), sometimes you just want to mix things up. Recently, Kourtney Kardashian was spotted in LA wearing an all-leather, patchwork ensemble by sustainable luxury brand BreeLayne, and we were particularly struck by the oversized, non-basic leather jacket slung off her shoulders. Scroll through to see how you can cop the mom of three's look for yourself!
BreeLayne Gigi Jacket ($1,998): If you want the KUWTK star's exact coat, you can pre-order it right now on BreeLayne's website. Though a word of warning — the patchwork leather bomber comes with a Kardashian-sized price tag!
ASOS Leather Look Biker Jacket With '80s Jewel Embellishment ($95): This bejeweled cropped leather jacket is also anything but basic. It's easy to see why this style will always be in season — remind you of Selena much?
The Arrivals Rainier LMTD Moto Jacket in Mars ($845): Sure, this leather jacket with a detachable fur collar is definitely a splurge, but it might also be the most perfect shade of cool-girl pink we've ever seen.
Monki Faux Leather Painted Floral Biker Jacket ($119): This oversized vegan leather number is painted all over with an eye-catching floral design, and it's tailor-made for anyone who isn't afraid to stand out in a crowd. We're not hating that price either.
Missguided Tall Navy Denim and Faux Leather Jacket ($102): Is it a denim jacket? Is it a leather one? This mixed media outerwear takes two classics and combines 'em into something that's entirely new. While it's made for taller ladies (5'7" and over), we think this oversized look is flattering on everyone.
LPA Jacket 491 ($1,300): This stunning embroidered leather moto from LPA is worth saving up for. Throw it on over a hoodie for extra warmth on a casual day or wear it over your LBD for a night out.
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