How to Wear: Leather

How to Wear: Leather


Gryffindor T-Shirt ($61) / Moto Jacket ($55) / Hollister shorts ($40) / GAP tights ($13) / Heart and Sole wedge sneakers ($55) // Bow t-shirt ($30) / Lavish Alice skirt ($39) / Madison Harding boots ($189) / Alice + Olivia thin belt ($88) // Forever 21woven shirt ($16) / River Island leather look jeans ($61) /Fashion Union platform heels ($42) / J. Crew satchel ($128) /

While it's officially spring, the weather across the country has been, well, less than spring-like. But despair not! We can rely on another trusty, trendy material - leather! Leather has been popular the last few season, but like every other "trend" that I love, leather is timeless and chic. The great thing about leather is that it instantly toughens up an outfit. Here are some great ways to wear leather:

Rebel:
I think that this is the easiest way to wear leather - leather moto jackets have been huge this winter so why not bring it into a cold, early spring day? I like how a casual t-shirt and shorts outfit is instantly edgy when paired with a moto jacket. If it's too cold to get away with wearing just shorts, add a pair of whimsical tights underneath. Finish off with a pair of wedge sneakers and you've got a perfect look for class or hanging out with friends.

Sweet:
I LOVE the look of a cute leather skater skirt - it's a juxtaposition in itself! A flowy skirt is feminine while the leather makes it tough. To play with the juxtaposition, add a girly bow skirt and a bow belt, but wear sturdy ankle boots. This is a great girly-rocker look I would wear on a fun date or the movies.

Bright: 
I like wearing bright colors - it gives me an instant pick-me-up on a dreary day! While in a previous post I paired a neon blouse with white pants to brighten the colors even more, I paired bright colors with these leather pants tones them down. This outfit is great for a fun night out.

Do you guys like leather as well? Let me know!

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