HOW TO WEAR LEATHER TROUSERS

HOW TO WEAR LEATHER TROUSERS

Real or faux, leather trousers might not be for everyone but there are so many ways to wear them, that almost anyone can indulge. Whether it’s wearing leather & lace for date night or layering leather for the winter, there are so many stylish ways to wear leather trousers. Of course, when it comes to leather trouser options, you can choose from a variety of colours. But for a classic, versatile and dependable pair, sleek black is definitely the way to go. Leather trousers may not be a wardrobe essential but a fabulous pair will add some fierce confidence to any look. They can be worn for less formal events, social meetings and styled right, even to the office.

This featured outfit highlights the beautiful qualities of leather trousers within a grey and black ensemble. This look not only has an array of texture but it is filled with stylish practical pieces. Which combined, create an appropriate winter outfit. The classic black roll neck top is a versatile winter wardrobe staple. While the multi-fabric coat is a winter statement piece that ties in perfectly with the trousers. Adding more elegant elements and texture to the outfit, are the crystal necklace and satin ribbon belt.

STYLING LEATHER WITH GREY & BLACK

Grey and black make a chic and classic colour pairing. Whether it’s in a winter look seen here or a summer look shown in leather & lace the casual way or even when layering a grey scuba top. This grey and black outfit is a sophisticated look appropriate for social events such as the recent Arcadia press event. Ultimately, it is something simple with a focus on textures, that is also comfortable, relaxed and chic.

HOW TO WEAR LEATHER TROUSERS
HOW TO WEAR LEATHER TROUSERS
HOW TO WEAR LEATHER TROUSERS

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Alternative | Black Leather Mix Coat

Black Roll Neck Jumper

Black Leather Trousers

Alternative | Silver Print Ankle Strap Heels

Similar | Crystal Necklace

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