The Sopranos leather jackets are rare styles
For those who missed the show when it first went on the air or appreciate new details during full rewatches, The Sopranos has recently become a streaming sensation and a pandemic-binge again.
In the face of imminent doom, beyond the boost of isolation nostalgia, the show provides dark comedy at its best.
It's no shock that the outfits of the series feature lots of good leather jackets as it is a series based on the life of the American Mafia. But there's only one jacket, a piece of outerwear throwback, that gives its name to the eighth episode of the second season.
Worn by Tony Soprano — played by James Gandolfini — in The Sopranos "Full Leather Jacket" episode of season 2 of the original HBO series, the mahogany leather car coat has wide lapels that show its roots in the 1970s. Box-pleated with quilted single-button flaps that fit the quilting on the large turnback cuffs are bellows pockets on the hips.
Sad to say, the jacket has long been hard to find for those looking to re-create the style, and it can be sold for a few hundred dollars when it comes to retro clothing stores.
The connection between the Sopranos x leather jackets did not stop in this episode, becoming an inspiration to retailers and a craze in celebrities' wardrobes.
From Italy to Spain, C. Tangana was influenced by the looks and has made us crave one of the vintage Sopranos leather jackets. But you might have a hard time finding this one as well, since the designs are all ultra-rare — it would definitely take some time around second-hand shops.
In the video of Tú Me Dejaste De Querer, singer C. Tangana wore a Sopranos amazing leather jacket that we probably would not take off for a while — if we'd had the chance to put it on in the first place.
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