The Silhouette Trend for Men’s Practical Light Business Leather

Men's Practical Light Business Leather

With the blurred boundary between work and life, men’s leather jacket is younger and more casual. The smart casual style is fused with high-class business textures to attract young consumers. Items with both practical and fashionable details have higher commercial values. The combination of business style and athleisure style brings reformation. And with silhouette changes and detail processes, business garments have been younger and younger.

Men's Practical Light Business Leather

The popularity of practicalism leads straight collared jacket to become a key item for leather menswear. Based on its clear silhouette and straight structure, detail process has been a new change. Louis Vuitton embosses brand logos on body to increase both quality and its brand recognition. The laser cutting of Just Cavalli enriches the generally flowing visual effect. Details are gathered together to create the fashionable images of new urban gentlemen.

Men's Practical Light Business Leather

More detail processes are integrated into the classic silhouette of bomber jacket. Splicing, textural processes and decorations along the zippers have novel and practical. The combination with popular O-shaped styling and loose sleeves creates stylish silhouettes that are comfortable and smart casual.

Men's Practical Light Business Leather

Slightly dropped-shoulder shirt jacket selects soft sheepskin and suede to maintain the chic and all-matching daily styles, which can be layered with suit or worn alone. Keeping the original structures of shirt silhouette, detail crafts like embossed pocket, half-and-half heterogeneous splicing and highlighted edge elevate the quality.

Men's Practical Light Business Leather

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