Brown Suede Jackets for Men - 100% Real Leather

There is no other piece of men’s upper wear and jacket attire that oozes the amount of unique style and confident fashion as much as a brown suede jacket. The suede jacket, in general, is a timeless staple of men’s fashion. Its bold visual appearance and luxurious feel have captured the hearts of everyone, from rogue cowboys to rock and roll superstars, all while retaining its distinct identity.

What Makes Suede So Unique?

Suede leather is the ultimate middle ground between leather and fabric, as it carries the pros of both sides with pride. A properly made piece of suede leather can be converted into any design and style of a leather jacket like a biker suede jacket, and this is due to suede being extremely easy to work with and stitch, just like fabric. The durability, on the other hand, carries on the traits of leather, making suede far stronger and long-term reliable than any fabric.

Suede and Fashion

Suede jackets have been at the forefront of men’s fashion for decades now, and this massive following of fashion fans has grown tremendously over the last decade. Suede is in trend right now, and this drift is not slowing down anytime soon. The biggest strength of suede lies in its ability to provide comfort, style, and luxury in the same package, and all of this without costing you an arm and a leg. It is extremely easy to make your outfits look wonderful with a brown suede jacket or any properly matching suede upper, like the black suede jacket. To make your fashion decision easy, we’ve compiled a small list of styles and contrasts that you can try in your day to day jacket-wearing life.

With Flannel

The first look you can try is our dark brown suede bomber jacket with a checkered flannel. The jeans’ color is up to your preference. If you want them to stay out of your outfit’s way, then black, and if you want them to be a part of your outfit, then bright blue is the best option. Top it all off with a matching pair of leather boots, and you are ready to rumble.

Office Orientated

The whole point of this look is to craft an outfit that fits in an office and still allows you to enjoy the panache and comfort of a suede jacket, which is not difficult to achieve. For example, you can pair our white suede blazer with a matching wool sweater, dress shirt, and a contrasty tie, and you are dressed to impress.

Brown on White

This look is an all-purpose that fits all situations you can find yourself in. Are you traveling? Combine our chocolate bomber suede jacket with a cream-colored shirt and a pair of white wool pants for maximum coziness and flair. Are you just walking your dog on a winter weekend morning? Spice up your plain white sweatshirt with our vintage suede jacket for an easy and modish outfit that will warm you up while also offering impeccable grace and elegance.

Color Contrast

Suede boasts the best color shades and saturations among all the different types of leather, and you can take full advantage of that by creating contrasty outfits with bold colors. A perfect attire that you can group is a light blue dress shirt, a colorful wool sweater, and our dark blue suede jackets to tie the whole thing together. This is also just one example of the countless styles that you can invent yourself, just by trying different color combos.

Custom Suede Jackets

Suede is an extremely mailable and versatile material, and we have taken full advantage of it by producing a whole range of suede jackets in all styles, designs and colors. But if you don’t find something that speaks to you, or you want something a bit more tailored, like let’s say a real-leather custom distressed jacket, then you can head on over to our website, and our talented designers will assist you through the process of making your dream jacket come to life.

How to Take Care of a Brown Suede Jacket?

Suede jackets are a bit more fragile and prone to environmental damage than full-grain leather, but it is not that difficult to take care of. All you have to do is avoid rain and keep it in a dry place when not in use. Also, applying a commercially available suede spray is highly recommended.