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AllSaints // Leather Jackets


It was a mid Sunday morning when my boyfriend uttered the most romantic words that one could in such a situation: "Man, I really need some new clothes."
Now, don't get me wrong! I don't meddle in the dressing of my man. However during our traditional Sunday morning breakfast, I came across an e-mail from AllSaints and their new line up of menswear. It may be time to meddle. Have you seen their leather jackets? (Or better yet, have you watched the video on the welcome page? Sexy.)

Dark, brooding, and sexy in a causal "I was born this good" kind of way, it was hard not to fall for the textured leathers and asymmetric zippers. AllSaints men's jackets are streamlined and structured with clean lines, and generous necklines have me wishing that Fermin's closet was stocked with new clothes: so that I could wear them myself. It's the rebellious rock star attitude that makes AllSaints fashion fun, and it's the crisp military style that keeps it classic and wearable for years to come. And, who wouldn't want these pieces in their closet as permanent staples?
Be sure to check out their menswear, and let me know what you think! After all, we could all use a shot of AllSaints clothing in our closets (or least their models!).

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5 comments

  1. I need one so bad........yea that 2nd one is gorgeous. Its hard to find some affordable. But the more you pay usually last longer. Love it

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  2. I feel like crying, I want that leather jacket so bad!! Lol.

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