Leather Bomber Jacket, Steve’s Leather (Unknown)
Leather Bomber Jacket, Steve’s Leather (Unknown)
Leather Bomber Jacket, Steve’s Leather (Unknown)

Leather Bomber Jacket, Steve's Leather

Regular price $49.00

I picked up this *all-star* item on one of my thrifting hauls in Las Vegas and it was always intended to be part of my lifetime personal collection but you are seeing it here now because I LOVE YOU ALL SO MUCH. The shoulders are padded and therefore incredible, and the waist can be cinched on both sides via an adjustable d-ring moment. This jacket is perfect for when you are wanting to take your look in a rockstar or cowperson direction (or maybe both simultaneously…be you!!!) Featured in my Claudette look. Waist: 31-35 inches, Back (pit to pit): 26 inches, Length: 23.25 inches.

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