How to Style The Leather Trend for Fall 


Leather is a big trend this fall, and many of us have lived through it being a hot trend before. How do you style the leather trend now, as a grown woman, and not look like Leather Tuscadero?

The easiest way to incorporate leather into your wardrobe is with a pair of leather pants. With so many lengths and cuts in the stores, you can easily find a pair similar to what you already rock. Then, style it with the same blouses and knit tops you already wear with pants.

Tips to Style Leather Pants and Jeans

Yes, you can be a grown-ass adult and rock a leather dress or jumpsuit this season and you won't look try hard. It's all about silhouette and styling, and luckily we have both on our side this fall/winter.

Tips to Style a Leather Dress or Jumpsuit

Wear the footwear you'd rock with a skirt in the same silhouette out of a different textile, but know you have some freedom to get a bit more casual, quirky, or bold.

Tips to Style a Leather Skirt

Treat the leather top as you would a top made of sequins or beading or a shiny fabric – it's the piece that takes the spotlight. Everything else should be working to keep the leather as the focus. I also think leather tops work best with softer separates.

Tips to Style Leather Tops

I think a grown woman needs to be careful with her leather blazers. If it's faux, it should be a really good-looking faux. Nothing too puffy, nothing too plastic-looking.

Tips to Style a Leather Blazer

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