The new ways to wear leather

An appealing and eternal style staple, leather is making a huge comeback this autumn.
An imperative part of the autumn wardrobe, sexy, feminine, and endlessly versatile, available in a variety of styles, cuts, and gorgeous colours, leather suits us all. Here is how to wear this investment worthy item.
Contrast the leather with a different fabric. A rich brown leather skirt will look softer
paired with a plain long sleeved top and classic pumps. Or, for a feminine and sophisticated
look, tone it down with a silky blouse and court heels for a smart occasion such as
cocktail or a work do. A great alternative to the leather skirt is the leather
dress. Because leather is a statement fabric, wear it with dark tights and soft coloured
heels such as purple, and keep the accessories to a minimum.
Another way to wear your leather dress is to turn it onto a skirt by pairing it with a light
cardigan or jumper, and ankle booties. Finish off the look with a trench or parka.
A key rule to wearing leather with style is to choose the cut and item that suits your
shape. If skinny leather leggings do not suit you, then go for a pencil skirt. Wear your
leather with a coloured blouse and contrasted cardigan or blazer. Penney’s has a
multitude of choice of blouses and matching cardigans. Complement the look with
these super cool wedges trainers and shoulder leather bag.
For dinner party or other evening do, mix intriguing textures, such as a lace leather combination, guaranteed to create a high impact look. Leather jackets are undoubtedly the must have item for the coming season. They will flatter most shapes, making it ideal casual
outerwear. Opt for a colour that suits your colouring, be it in taupe, grey, navy, or black,
or even vibrant autumn hues from red to forest green. The leather jacket will work with
most of your separates: skirts, dresses, tunic and jeggings, jeans, the combination are

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