60 Men’s Bedroom Ideas – Masculine Interior Design Inspiration
Give your dull, boring bedroom a touch of sexy, masculine style with ideas and decor inspiration.
No matter if you’re into dark wall colors like black, industrial themes with all metal and wood fixtures, or perhaps prefer vibrant pops of color, this collection includes them all.
Take note of the furniture, wall art, rugs and decor pieces scattered through every room. They’ll help you pull together a manly bachelor pad bedroom that is truly individual to your personal taste.
Now, I know some of these men’s bedroom ideas are in luxurious million dollar lofts and homes, although there’s a decent number that are surely attainable for any man. All it takes is getting a little creative when it comes to interior design.
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A tall headboard can be a great way to add the feeling of height to your room. This particular headboard features built-in spotlights that make late-night reading a pleasure.
To replicate this headboard, consider using plywood sheets assembled horizontally on nailers. A headboard this big will most likely require three sheets. You can wrap the plywood with a dark fabric. Use contact glue to make the fabric stay and create a one-piece feel. The nailers will hold the plywood off the wall so you can run wires for your overhead lighting.
Flooring choice can kick off the entire room’s theme. This black-and-gray theme room gets its start from the large black floor tiles with heavy white grout lines framing them in place.
While the tiles are undeniably dark, they do a really nice job of reflecting natural light from the window back into the room. The white accents in the room match the grout lines nicely, while the sheer curtains are an excellent choice. They frame the window perfectly while not absorbing too much precious light like heavier curtains might. While the light fixtures may be a personal choice, we do think they add some fun to the space.
You’ll notice this room’s chemistry as soon as you walk in. Not only is it on display above the headboard, but the fun yet classy aesthetic creates a welcoming space for you to crash at the end of the day.
While there are many elements of this design to enjoy, we keep going back to the wall hangings periodically. Puns aside, choosing prints like this will be the main focus of your room so they’re perfect for a whimsical guy that doesn’t take himself too seriously. Matching nightstands and reading lights add some symmetry while a stack of antique periodicals creates a little well-meaning chaos on the floor.
Platform beds can be highly functional while still being welcoming and attractive. The bed pictured above makes excellent use of the cubbies underneath for books and document storage. Beds and headboards like these are readily available at most large home goods stores like Ikea.
Concrete walls don’t have to be cold and uninviting. Whether you use a concrete stain, add wall hangings, or dress it up with a tufted headboard like the one above, there are options. You can use touches to soften the concrete’s look in the areas that you’d like to be warmer and more accessible.
If you’re the type of man that needs his room to double as a workspace, this design might work for you. The simple writing desk in the room gives you the space to get some work done while still keeping the room relaxing.
Don’t be afraid to use some outside-of-the-box wall hangings to display some personality. The prints above the headboard are patents for different types of lightbulbs. You can get other patent prints, blueprints, and diagrams framed of your favorite engineering marvels as well. Choose frames that match your room’s theme and hang them where you can be inspired.
Dark colors and subdued lighting can go a long way towards creating a relaxing men’s bedroom. Daylight is provided through a large window across from the foot of the bed, so the end table lights don’t need to be excessively bright.
To copy this bedroom idea, choose a palette of complementing grays. The ceiling and walls are painted the same matte-finish paint, making it feel like an even larger space than it already is. Choosing wood paneling for the wall behind the headboard will create an accent to keep the room feeling too monochromatic.
For a man that loves to read in bed, there are few greater treasures in life than a good book and a warm blanket. One other treasure that all bed-readers will agree upon is a good reading light.
Before you burn the midnight oil studying or slipping into literary bliss, consider donning your nightstand with a lamp like this one. Its tall frame makes a bold statement in the room, while its flexible body makes it easy to position while you’re flipping through the pages of your favorite book. For an added benefit, a quick flip of the switch and you’ll be off to sleep without having to get out of bed.
Dividing a wide-open space into two separate rooms can be an excellent idea for men’s bedrooms. This wall creates a bathroom and bedroom where only one room might’ve stood before.
If you have the space, this is an easy project to replicate. Consider the size spaces you want to create to determine where your wall will be placed. Simply construct the wall from 2×4 studs, being sure to nail into the floor and ceiling joists. Be sure to cover the studs with drywall before you panel it. Even though you won’t be able to see the drywall, this step ensures that noise, moisture, and scents don’t permeate from the bathroom into the bedroom through gaps in the paneling.
If you’re the type of guy that doesn’t like a lot of fuss or drama in his life, consider a bedroom design like this. Matching your bed, nightstands, shelving, and picture frames is an easy way to decorate your room with some class and style without going overboard and cluttering your space.
If your room feels too orderly and frigid, an area rug will keep your feet from hitting the cold floor before you can throw your slippers on. A thick, shaggy area rug like this can provide an interesting texture in a room filled with smooth and flat surfaces.
Awakening to sunlight on your face can be an excellent way to start your day. However, if your bedroom has a large window like this one, it may overpower the rest of the room. If you don’t want your window to be the main focal point of your room, take some cues from this rack room.
Decorate the adjacent wall with many large but randomly sized picture frames to balance the window out. You can choose any array of your favorite prints, but try to keep them under glass so the window has some competition for your attention.
If you’ve got an awkward niche in your bedroom due to HVAC ductwork or other utilities, consider using that space as an opportunity to show some style.
The interior of this niche is trimmed with dark-stained hardwood plywood, making the strange layout feel like a built-in bookshelf. The bed utilizes the niche as a headboard which also happens to be an ideal place to display some artwork. The dark colors that were chosen for the woodwork contrast nicely with the white walls and are easily matched to basic sheets and comforters.
While there’s never such a thing as too much natural light, overpowering sunlight might not be the style you’re going for in your bedroom. You can tone down the effect of bright light with dark furniture and fabrics like this bedroom does so well.
The large armoire is a great addition to this room so consider something similar if you’re feeling washed out by light. Match your picture frames, accent blankets, seating, and other fixtures in your room to the armoire for a cohesive feel. Don’t worry about feeling too Noire; the sunlight will take care of that.
Even though you may not be lucky enough to have a large tub with a glass surround in your bedroom, you can take some cues from this room’s style.
This room subscribes to the “less is more” school of thought. Nothing is cluttered, nothing is overwhelming. The whole space is clean and flowy. If you need your space to look more lived-in, consider a wall hanging or two that display your personality without overpowering the aesthetic.
With a view like this, why would you ever leave? Large windows looking out over beautiful landscapes should not be covered up with heavy window coverings and curtains.
Let your view be the inspiration you need to get up in the morning, powerful and geared for greatness. Thin linen curtains make a great option if you need privacy, so choose a sheer set to frame your large window. It’s also worth shopping for a premium curtain rod that matches your room’s style and won’t bend the first time you whip the curtains open to greet the day.
Wood paneling and faux beams can be added to the ceiling of nearly any man’s bedroom. They give a warm, rustic, and relaxing touch to a room.
If you’re going to panel your ceiling with plywood, buy the longest sheets that you can manage to minimize seams. Attach them to the ceiling in the same direction that you’re planning to run the beams. You can use the beams to cover long seams, making the panels look like one piece. Faux beams can be constructed by 1×4 or 1×6 pine and attached to studs that were previously secured to the ceiling. Be sure to secure the plywood into ceiling joists so the whole thing doesn’t come crashing down.
While we don’t think you should hide your inner history-buff in your bedroom, a man’s room is an ideal place to display his passions. You’ve spent a lot of time and money curating a collection of historical literature and artwork. Use your haven to show it off.
If you’re lucky enough to have a print of your favorite historical figure, go ahead and hang it in your room. More importantly, find a way to make all your books look organized while still being interesting and easily accessible. This four-post bed is the perfect way to display your collection without a boring bookcase.
Men who work odd shifts need to be able to sleep as their schedule allows. Keeping your room a sleep-sanctuary can be difficult if you’re contending with a large window like the one above.
Heavy, double-layered curtains will do a great job of keeping sunlight to a minimum so you can get those well-deserved winks. Keep the rest of the room calming and relaxing by painting the walls a soothing gray color with an eggshell finish. Unique lighting fixtures like the ones flanking the bed are a great way to add soft light when necessary without flooding the room.
Rustic timbers can make a big impression for a man’s bedroom. This platform bed is the perfect touch of chaos in an otherwise refined room.
The more unique the source the better when selecting timbers for projects like this. Old repurposed barn wood, fireplace mantles, and rough cuts from a local sawmill all make excellent choices for large slabs of rustic wood. We’d suggest spending some time to make sure the timbers under your mattress are as flat as possible. Your back and sleep pattern will thank you.
Academic types will love this chalkboard that’s been repurposed as a headboard. It provides an interesting and quirky feel to the room, but also provides a place to scratch out some quick notes. It will come in handy when you wake up in the middle of the night with a great idea.
There are a few ways to replicate this look. Schools often throw out old equipment at the end of the school year, so keep an eye out and make a few phone calls. Also, you can purchase special paint to make your own chalkboard. We’d suggest using it on cabinet-grade plywood for best results, but you could just as easily paint the wall.
Renovated factories can make amazing living spaces. They often feature high ceilings, exposed beams and brickwork, and other industrial touches. Exposed electrical conduit and sprinkler systems add to the factory aesthetic.
This room makes the most of the industrial feel by adding imperfect nightstands, art, and a basic bed with a tufted headboard. The wooden artist’s lamp is a great touch. It anchors the area rug in place so it can break up the large, polished concrete floor without looking out of place or carelessly dropped in the middle of the bedroom.
High ceilings are one of the most sought-after features when shopping for a home or apartment. They can make small rooms feel larger while providing plenty of space to really let your inner-decorator take over.
When those high ceilings have exposed beams, it’s the perfect recipe to make a huge impact. Painting those beams a contrasting color from the walls gives guests a reason to look up and appreciate all the fine craftsmanship that goes into a building’s construction. Balancing the white woodwork with warm hardwood floors will tie the living space together nicely.
Vertical lines can provide a lot of perceived height in a room, and this bedroom does a great job of using them to its advantage. The vertical paneling painted gray on the wall makes it feel like never-ending pavement, while the artwork ties in nicely with its corresponding design.
The bookshelf does a lot to frame the space while still continuing the vertical theme. In this room, it’s used as decor, storage, and a dividing wall. The large shelf spaces that are left open keep this bookcase looking tall and appealing.
Not a huge fan of black, gray, and white? Do you like to add some life and color to your living spaces? Well, then this design is definitely for you.
While the room may be full of grays and blacks, a colorful paneled backdrop behind your headboard can be just the ticket for a splash of color. You can tie paneling into the rest of the room using pillows and area rugs like the room above. Besides the blues, we like the bed’s wooden construction. It adds some warmth in the middle of the icy blue-gray room.
There’s nothing wrong with sticking to a few colors and finishes when designing men’s bedrooms. You’ll be able to keep things simple but sophisticated without much hassle.
The gray-and-wood pallet in this room is a very clean and easy way to create a relaxing environment to lay down in. The eggshell sheen in the gray paint reflects just a little bit of light, keeping offending glare to a minimum. The warm wood floors and wood accents do a nice job of keeping the room from feeling too cold and barren. We also like that the trim is painted to match the wall color, keeping a smooth and consistent look to the room.
The improvements in direct-vent fireplaces in recent years afford more flexibility for men who’d like to incorporate one in their room. If your bedroom is along an outside wall, chances are you can make a direct-vent fireplace work for you.
This room’s modern design is the perfect setting for a fireplace style like this. The matching chairs and table create a nice place to sit on cold evenings. We also like that the shelves above the fireplace create a makeshift mantle while being hung slightly askew to complement the room.
Plaster walls are almost always full of character in the form of imperfections. You can try to hide them by patching the walls, or you can minimize them without doing away with them all together.
This room’s designer chose to use a flat paint for the walls which makes them look more like pottery than barriers. We like the fact that the wall and mouldings are painted with the same color. This paint scheme allows the moulding to accent the wall without drawing too much attention to itself.
Make dark walls work for you by matching them with other features in the room. These dark gray walls might have seemed cold and depressing if they weren’t coordinated so nicely with the wall art, headboard, and bedding.
If you’re concerned that your dark gray walls might feel too monochrome, it’s okay to add a little contrast with white bed sheets, wall hangings, and mouldings. You could even throw a solid color blanket or pillow on the bed to add some life.
Men who take accessorizing seriously should consider this closet shelving system. It can be created from any french or sliding-door closet and provides an attractive focal point in a minimalist’s room.
While the unit itself may take some research to build, opening up the space in your closet doesn’t have to be as much of a challenge. Simply remove the trim around your closet door to reveal the door jamb. You can pry or cut the jamb out, leaving behind what’s known as the “rough opening.” If your rough opening is square enough, you can build a custom organizer unit that slides it into place.
You don’t have to be an apex predator to bring some nature into your bedroom space. Cast-versions of popular trophy animals can be purchased and hung on the wall for a more eco-friendly approach to decorating.
If you’re not a big hunter, there are a lot of options for faux-animal furs as well. Find a blanket made of these synthetic materials to give your room a rugged, manly look without ever trekking into the woods.
Large windows, exposed beams, and wide plank wood flooring give this space the industrial feel that’s become so popular in recent years. If you’re fortunate enough to call a refurbished factory home, you probably enjoy a lot of these features as well.
Large area rugs break up long runs of hardwood flooring and give you a comfortable space to walk barefoot through. Also, maintain the industrial feel by leaving the windows and brick exposed. Great additions to industrial bedrooms are handcarts and worktables that may have been left behind from a bygone era.
Men who prefer the contemporary look should take a few notes from this room. This space blurs the lines between the present and the future.
This room’s furnishings are very well chosen. The nightstand’s curvy nature will give visitors something to talk about while the chair and end table will provide the perfect area to sit back with a book and relax. Our favorite feature is the wall art, which brings a touch of nature into a steel-gray setting.
Not all platform beds have to look the same. There are plenty of varieties available at local home goods stores like Ikea. This particular platform bed features a tufted, cushioned design meant to look plush, comfortable, and cozy.
Beds like this have to be balanced out with design, otherwise, your bedroom might run low on testosterone. The easiest way to contrast overstuffed, tufted bedding and seating areas is with nightstands and end tables. Keep an eye out for designs with 90-degree angles and sharp corners. They’ll keep your room looking masculine while you still get the benefit of a super comfy bed to lay your head down on at the end of the day.
This room’s design aesthetic might be a great fit for any budding photographers or world travelers. The pictures above the headboard are an excellent way to display your favorite shots from all over the world.
Choose a theme when you’re designing this wall and stick to it. This particular designer chose to stick to a black-and-white theme to match the room’s colors, but you could just as easily print color photos to liven up the space. Try to find matching frames in different sizes to complement your photos. Also, consider displaying your favorite camera on the nightstand for an extra touch of class.
If you haven’t noticed by now, dark grays, blacks, and whites make excellent choices for men’s bedroom ideas. They are no-nonsense, masculine colors that are easy to match and decorate with.
If you like a little more color in your roomscape, consider the style above. While the majority of the room is a basic gray and white palette, the mustard color pillows bring just enough color to be noticed without taking center stage. This design element is perfect if you like the idea of color but don’t want to commit to painting an accent wall. While paint’s not forever, it’s a lot harder to change than a pillowcase.
Dark woodwork is inherently masculine. It harkens to thoughts of the woods, trees, axes, lumberyards, sawmills, and wild industry. All manly thoughts in their own right.
These wide plank oak floors are a handsome element to design your room around. An area rug across that wood grain would be a sin, so if you’re going to use one, keep it small. Instead, accent the floor by bringing more wood touches into the room, like a headboard or nightstand. You’ll want to make sure that these additions are close enough to match without detracting from the floor’s beauty.
Exposed brickwork can be worth its weight in gold when it’s incorporated properly into a men’s bedroom design. This is one bedroom that is nailing the design.
While it may not be possible to add a half-height, full-width window to your exposed brick wall, you can mimic this design idea by using dark-painted wainscoting for the lower third of the wall. You don’t need it on all four walls. Wainscoting on just one wall works well as an accent. Use a paint with a high-gloss sheen so the wainscoting really contrasts with the brickwork. Stretch from one corner of the wall to the other. Also, decorating the brick with well-placed and thought-out art is never a bad idea.
If you’re looking for an attractive and cheap DIY project to dress up your room, this expensive headboard is easily replicable. With some supplies and know-how, you can build something similar for a focal point in your room.
Sourcing a few matching shutters will be the most difficult aspect of this project. Once you do, there are a number of ways to attach them end-to-end, but the easiest way involves nailing them all to a sheet of plywood. Trim the top with a few scrap boards and throw on some paint for a cheap style change with a unique touch.
Men’s Bedroom FAQs
What is a good color for a man’s bedroom?
The best colors for a man’s bedroom depend on that man’s taste. A good start would be to check into classic colors like grays, whites, and other colors that don’t draw too much attention to themselves.
What should be in a man’s bedroom?
The best design for a man’s bedroom will include the items that are most important to him. Artwork should be pieces that mean a lot to him, whether it be paintings or prints of his favorite landscapes. A collection of books that he’s currently working through makes a nice end-table decoration, while shelves can be donned with classy memorabilia, souvenirs, and statues.
How can I make my bedroom more masculine?
Masculinity and maturity sometimes go hand in hand. If you still have your Spiderman sheets on your bed and middle school baseball trophy on the shelf, it might be time to put them away. Also, avoid frilly materials and blankets, and don’t be afraid to introduce darker colors and natural wood furniture to increase that masculine feel.
The Best 20 Leather Jackets for Men in 2021
With the winter months (hopefully) dwindling down, it’s time to start planning ahead to a time where we can wear thinner jackets and fewer layers. While it may be tempting to quickly shed your parka and grab for whatever piece of outerwear is nearby, don’t reach for last year’s wardrobe item just yet. Isn’t it time you try something new, like, say, a leather jacket?
Though it may seem all leather jackets are similar, there are actually many different designs and styles that work for different body types and tastes. In this article, we will take a look at the hottest leather jacket trends that have hit the market this season.
1. Ionic Black Leather Jacket
Ionic Black Leather Jacket from The Jacket Maker is an excellent choice for any guy looking for a slim and sleek jacket in a classic black finish.
It’s made with incredibly tough, yet soft, sheepskin leather, making it a great choice for guys that aren’t used to wearing leather jackets.
One of the best things about the Ionic is its streamlined look. While it offers four outside pockets, the zippers are subtle, so they don’t detract from the sleek look. This design gives it a more streamlined look than most leather jackets, without taking away from any of the authenticity.
2. Saint Laurent Leather Biker Jacket
There is a reason why leather jackets and bikers are usually associated with one another. Historically, many motorcycle riders have seen a leather jacket as a stylish way to protect themselves, not only from the elements but also from the possibility of a crash. While this may seem hard to believe – it’s not like leather comes with a large amount of padding, after all – leather has actually been shown to offer more protection than your average vinyl jacket or equivalent.
Maybe you’re not hopping on a motorcycle anytime soon, but you can still treat yourself to this biker-inspired Saint Laurent leather jacket. With a price tag surpassing $5,000, it’s certainly our premium pick on this list, but if you’re looking for the leather jacket of a lifetime, you have it right here. This pick is sure to come with the “for life” quality Saint Laurent is particularly known for.
3. Reiss Keith Leather Cafe Racer Jacket
Reiss is a British fashion retailer that’s been around since the 1970s. For the first 30 years of its brand history, it focused solely on men’s fashion before eventually expanding to carry items for women as well. However, the fact high-quality items for men are at the heart of this brand is very apparent through their simple wardrobe staples such as the Keith leather cafe racer jacket.
This Reiss jacket comes at a considerably lower price point than its counterparts, which makes it a pick that packs a lot of value. It’s made from super-soft leather and features a full lining. It’s the perfect choice for anybody who prefers a slim-fit jacket.
4. Dean Brown Leather Biker Jacket
Let’s be honest… A traditional racing-style biker jacket is about as cool as it gets. With the high band-style collar and heavy-duty zippers on the front of The Jacket Maker’s Dean Brown Leather Biker Jacket, you’re sure to get that badass look.
The Dean is made with 100% real cowhide leather, so it might be a little stiff at first, but it will break in and patina like none other. The Dean features three zippered pockets on the front as well as zippered cuffs, providing that authentic racing jacket-look without killing your bank account.
5. Ksubi Capital Leather Jacket
The Capital Leather Jacket from Ksubi comes in 100% authentic leather and is designed to have a biker fit. It’s heavy-duty with a protective interior quilted lining. It also features retro details such as antique zippers.
Kusbi is an Australian fashion label that’s existed since the 1990s. While the brand was originally focused on high-end denim, they’ve expanded their offerings over time to include other textiles such as leather. Items from Ksubi’s collections have been shown at such high-profile events as New York Fashion Week and London Fashion Week, and the company operates a flagship store in New York’s SOHO neighborhood.
6. Charcoal Navy Blue Suede Biker Jacket
Leather jackets don’t only come in black and brown. If you want something less traditional, check out this navy-blue suede jacket from The Jacket Maker.
The outer shell is made from real goatskin suede leather, and there’s a quilted polyester lining inside for added warmth. Suede has a softer feel and look than other leather types, and is ideal if you’re going for a more boho look.
This jacket boasts a total of four pockets—two inside and two outside.
7. Acne Studios Off-Centred Zipper Biker Jacket
Swedish fashion powerhouse Acne Studios is well-known for their basic wardrobe pieces, so it makes sense that they would have the classic leather jacket look on lock. We love the way this off-centered jacket packs a punch of personality with its multiple buckles and zippers, but we love even more the way that it does not compromise softness or comfort at the expense of appearance.
This jacket comes with a high-end price tag, but it has the high-end materials to match. It is made of 100% genuine lambskin and comes with an interior lining of 100% viscose. Its unique off-center zip takes its inspiration from street style.
8. Lavendard Brown Leather Biker Jacket
The Jacket Maker has something for everyone, including guys that are a bit intimidated by purchasing their first leather jacket. Not only is the Lavendard incredibly affordable, but it also has a really approachable look despite its biker moniker. With open hem cuffs and a tailored fit, it looks great with badass-inspired outfits as well as everyday wear.
The Lavendard is made of real cowhide, which means it will take on a great patina over time. But it might be a bit stiff when you first get it. The more you wear it, the faster it’ll form to your body, break-in, and soften up. The fact that it goes with so many outfits will help speed up that process.
9. Saturdays NYC Leather Harrington Jacket
If you’re unfamiliar with the brand Saturdays NYC, prepare to fall in love. As a laidback lifestyle brand, Saturdays NYC infuses its love for all things surfer culture in all of its fashion offerings. While primarily known for their loungewear, such as sweats and pullover sweaters, they also happen to make one of the best leather jackets on the market right now.
The leather Harrington jacket features a smooth design and has deep pockets for your convenience. It is made of 100% lambskin leather and features a lining made of polyester. Staying true to its brand’s carefree nature, this jacket features a more relaxed fit than many classic leather jackets.
10. Allaric Alley Mocha Leather Biker Jacket
The most distinctive thing about this biker jacket is the integrated waist belt, which helps create an edgy look. This mocha-colored jacket uses real cowhide leather on the outer shell, with a quilted viscose lining inside.
With two pockets inside and three outside, there’s no shortage of places to keep your wallet and keys.
11. Berluti Piped Venezia Leather Jacket
Unlike the other options we’ve included so far, Berluti is known less for being a fashion brand and more for being a leather maker. Since its inception in the late 19th century, the Paris-based manufacturer has been producing fine leather clothing items and accessories, from belts to bags to jackets.
Berluti’s piped Venezia leather jacket is the apex of luxury leather fashion. Made from a distinctive brown shade, this jacket line has been around since the 1980s – and it’s a style that certainly stands the test of time.
This jacket is made from 100% authentic patinated calfskin leather and features shoulder patches and a buttoned collar. For optimal breathability, the jacket even features ventilation eyelets.
12. Kingsman Burnished Leather Jacket
Kingsman is a line of high-quality clothing pieces that exists as a collaboration between Mr. Matthew Vaughn, director of the film The King’s Man, and international online fashion retailer MR PORTER. The line features items that are inspired by classic military style and timeless sensibilities.
The burnished leather jacket from the Kingsman line is unique for its length as well as its appearance. It draws direct inspiration from an aviator jacket worn on-screen in The King’s Man, a period piece that takes place in the 1940s. The jacket is made out of sturdy cow leather and buttons made of buffalo horns. It also features two linings – one made of cotton, and one made of viscose.
13. Francis B-3 Black & White Leather Bomber Jacket
There’s only one way to improve upon a traditional bomber: Add shearling fabric. If you’re going for a more flamboyant look, this black and white bomber jacket is sure to make an impact. It combines real leather on the outside with a faux fur lining.
The white faux fur lining accentuates the black leather, making this jacket stand out from the crowd. It will keep you warm as well!
The dual front pouch pockets are great for a phone and a pair of gloves, so if you’re wearing it on a motorcycle, you’ll have the storage you need.
14. AllSaints Milo Leather Biker Jacket
AllSaints is a British fashion brand from the United Kingdom. Since its founding in the 1990s, it has grown to an international presence that consists of more than 200 retail stores across Europe, North America, and Asia. The brand is mostly focused on fashion for women and men, though it also sells footwear and other accessories. It has primarily seen its popularity grow thanks to its popularity among a celebrity clientele.
AllSaints makes a number of leather jackets, but the Milo biker jacket is definitely one to write home about. This is a jacket that brings out the very best of two very different worlds – including a soft composition and sharp edges – since it is made of tender lamb leather and decorated to the nines with perfectly-placed zippers and buckles. It also has a distinctive slim fit.
15. Golden Bear Sherpa Jacket
San Francisco brand Golden Bear may have its roots in ship workers in the San Francisco Bay since the 1920s, but it’s evolved today to combine both utilitarianism and high-end style. Although not as recognized outside of its native northern California, to know the stylish jackets of Golden Bear is to love them.
The sherpa jacket, in particular, is exquisite. Like any Golden Bear clothing piece, it’s designed to be worn for life, and fortunately, it comes with a style that will be sure to stay in fashion for decades to come, with brown distressed leather and a notable shearling collar that can be detached.
16. Sven Mocha Suede Bomber Jacket
Here’s another suede leather jacket, this time in a subtle mocha finish. This jacket is made using real goatskin leather and has a total of six pockets (two inside and four outside).
This jacket looks best with a tight fit, which can be achieved perfectly using The Jacket Maker’s custom fitting service.
17. Tom Ford Zip-up Leather Jacket
Tom Ford is well-known for their high-end scents and formal clothing, but they have a strong foot in the casual jacket sphere as well. Not that this zip-up leather jacket is something you would wear to a casual house party. Its sleek edges and formal design make it more than suitable for a fancy professional event or night out on the town.
True to its brand’s roots, no attention to detail was spared in the creation of this particular wardrobe piece. Its straightforward design features 100% authentic leather and a cotton and polyamide lining. It is truly meant to last for life. Made in Italy, this jacket has shallow pockets in the front and a zipper down the center.
18. Schott Vintaged Fitted Cowhide Leather Motorcycle Jacket
Schott is an iconic name in leather jacket world, thanks in part to Marlon Brando, who wore a Schott jacket in The Wild Ones.
This jacket is pricey, but has a classic design and is built to last decades. It’s made from a lighter weight cowhide, which makes it breathable, so it’s perfect for wearing in warmer months.
As you’d expect from this brand, the Schott Vintaged jacket is made in the USA.
19. Bomia Ma-1 Black Leather Bomber Jacket
This classic black leather jacket has a timeless look that will never go out of fashion. It’s made from genuine leather on the outside with a polyester lining inside.
This motorcycle jacket has a rib knit collar and cuffs and a zipped pocket on the left sleeve.
The leather feels soft yet tough—you can tell this jacket is the real deal!
20. Roland Sands Ronin Leather Jacket
This sleek, minimalistic jacket is a real moto jacket trusted by serious bikers. It also looks incredibly cool, with a distressed, vintage feel and a truly American feel.
This jacket can be supplemented with RSD x Forcefield armor to give you extra protection while riding.
Leather Jacket FAQs
While there are many different unique leather jacket configurations out there, there are four classic syles you should be most aware of. In no particular order, they are the leather bomber jacket (also called aviator jacket), the leather racer jacket (sometimes called moto), the trenchcoat, and the fencer. While bomber jackets and racer jackets tend to be more relaxed, the trenchcoat and the fencer are more dramatic.
If you care for your leather jacket correctly you should have a wardrobe piece that’ll last you a lifetime. Most leather jackets cannot be washed at home and must only be handled professionally. The first step to taking proper care of your jacket is to adhere to this rule.
You should also keep your leather jacket dry as often as possible and keep it away from extreme heat or cold air. If you are not going to be wearing your leather jacket for a period of time, such as during a warm season, then you’ll want to be sure that you are hanging it up correctly – this means out of direct sunlight and in a properly-ventilated area.
Determining how much to pay for a leather jacket is a very personal matter. For an authentic leather jacket, you will probably be paying, at a baseline, $500. However, this price can easily skyrocket from here, depending on the jacket’s materials and manufacturing process.
Some leather jackets can cost as much as $10,000! There is no right or wrong number – it’s instead about the brands you like and the style that you envision for yourself.