How to wear Leather on Leather

Top left to right: Structured leather jacket by Anglomania, leather blazer by Haider Ackermann, leather military shirt by Zara. Middle left to right: Long leather and scuba skirt by D’Albert, Hayden textured leather skirt by Reiss, high hem slit pencil leather skirt by Balmain. Shoes left to right: Joker ankle boot by Rupert Sanderson, Comparni ankle boot by Shellys London and snakeskin heel by Buffalo.
Top left to right: Structured leather jacket by Anglomania, leather blazer by Haider Ackermann, leather military shirt by Zara. Middle left to right: Long leather and scuba skirt by D’Albert, Hayden textured leather skirt by Reiss, high hem slit pencil leather skirt by Balmain. Shoes left to right: Joker ankle boot by Rupert Sanderson, Comparni ankle boot by Shellys London and snakeskin heel by Buffalo.

When it comes to wearing leather how much is too much?  Sometimes we can look a little ridiculous or like we’re trying too hard when wearing leather from head to toe.  The trick is finding balance, structure and mixing in texture.  It doesn’t matter what your personal style is you can always find a way to make it work.  For the office choose a simple pencil skirt with a structured jacket and don’t be afraid to where white in the winter.  I love the military inspired shirt from Zara.  Tuck it into your pencil skirt to give it a more polished vibe especially when wearing pumps like these.  The centre look is more laid back but it still has a level of professionalism because of the blazer.  Adding the double buckle ankle boot makes it more edgy and less conservative.

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