Today, every small person wants to dress in clothes that appear in high-fashion magazines or on fashion-show runways. Perfect for every family member, a leather coat lasts from jeans to cashmere and everything for years. More versatile than fur, lizard than cashmere, cheaper than diamond: Leather is the most appropriate of them all, coming in a variety of finishes, styles and colors. In a sense, they are a romantic story that tells its history: stretch marks from birth, horns from a fight with a hunter or partner, wire marks from a fence, etc.
Leather coats for men can never go out of fashion. Leather coats come in a variety of styles, cut, and length short or long. The price of a leather coat can be around 500 to 1000 dollars depending on the quality of the leather. Men’s leather coats by the designer are very expensive. But investing in a leather coat is a one-time investment because the leather coat lasts longer.
Always be sure to buy a basic color first. Black is generally a safer option and then brown and beige. The various fabrics available are hide leather, goat leather to name a few.
Leather coats require a lot of maintenance. Take proper care by storing the leather coat properly. Make sure you hang a leather coat on a strong hanger supporting the shoulders and take all the items out of the pocket. Also be sure to always wipe out spills and dirt immediately.
Over the years, leather coats have become richer and more supple and acquire a softer patina like a well-worn glove or saddle.
Tips on maintaining a leather coat
Here are some leather storage tips that will definitely help maintain the style integrity of your new coat.
- Do not always clean the leather coat with a cleaner, otherwise it may be slightly different from the original appearance of the color and texture of the coat.
- Always maintain the shape of the leather garment by hanging leather clothes on wide or padded hangers.
-Litter dries when stored in plastic or other non-breathable covers.
Avoid very humid and dry environment as well as direct sunlight.
-Air-wet wet or damp leather away from any direct heat source. Use a leather conditioner to restore flexibility while suede can be brushed with a terry towel to restore its original shine.
-Sponge with clean water and remove salt deposits from clothes all winter.
Dry the air naturally and use leather conditioner.
-All wrinkles hang out naturally. If the leather coat should not be ironed or use an iron rayon setting. Draw the fabric with heavy brown wrapping paper to the right of the clothes — a quick hand to prevent warmth and shine.
Put perfume perfume or hair spray on while wearing leather clothes and stay away from wearing pins, or use a badge or tape that sticks to the garment
Keep away from soaking the collar of the leather garment by wearing a scarf on the helline.
-In a pinch, the hem can be fixed with a small amount of rubber cement, but for best results, see a leather care professional.
-Dry professionally clean metal leather clothing to maintain your finish.
Testing at home cleaning products on an imperceptible part of the garment before making a visual mistake.
-Professional leather cleaning is always preferred.