Skinny leather pants are a great addition to any closet because doesn’t matter the occasion they can be your safe bet every time.
I want to straight some things out from the beginning: no matter how chic, fabulous, elegant the leather pants are, if the styling goes wrong, you just made them to look cheap and ridiculous… my advice to avoid this would be to pay a little extra attention when pairing them.
We are lucky… the days when the leather pants were considered appropriate only for a rock-chick or biker, are loooooooong gone.
When winter comes, I basically live in my leather pants. I think the skinny leather pants, in particular, work best for me… they are more polished and they give me endless options when I want to play with shapes.
For today’s post I give 3 options of styling the same pair of skinny leather pants. They are all really different so you can try what fits your personality best.
First look is more “elegant-sexy-sophisticated”… and this vibe was totally given by the choice of the shoes: stiletto pumps. Keep your accessories to a minimum and you will exude trendiness and luxe.
Leather pants: DTLA Brand 70% off here /Camisole & blazer: H&M/ Shoes: Christian Louboutin/ Bag: Zara
Ankle boots and leather pants are by default some sort of uniform, but when you add an oversized sweater and coat … that sound like MY winter uniform.
Sweater: H&M/ Boots: Steve Madden/ Coat:Zara/ Bag & Hat: F21
For the last outfit, I chose a very casual/comfy look. The sneakers and the “unusual” jacket made the entire look more of an urban-chic-street style.
Today’s post is about how to use the same piece (in this case the dress) and integrate it in two different outfits.
I wrote about slip dresses before here and what I like the most about them is that you can put together a super stylish outfit and you’ll look like you didn’t try hard at all.
For today’s post I used this super cute asymmetric slip dress to create two separate looks.
For the first look I decided to throw over the dress a fluffy and cozy pullover. I loved how it looks with the slinky slip dress underneath. As a result, I believe that the contrast between the materials was the key for this styling. In conclusion, the only requirement that’s left, it was to add a pair of booties to finish the look.
For the second look, I replaced the sweater with a biker jacket.First of all, I’m not a big fan of wearing high heels with my slip dresses, because I like to dress them down a little. That is the reason why I choose to keep the booties for the second look too.
In addition, I chose this silver biker jacket, because I really like the effect that was created together with the shimmery of the dress.