Office outfit with leather pencil skirt
Chinook often brings a couple of warm days here in the Interior. Thanks to the Chinook, I was able to wear comfortably this summery outfit of my white leather pencil skirt, and pink cashmere short sleeve sweater. I paired them with my red pumps. The idea is red plus white makes pink, sort of. 😉 A primary color with its lightened up version plus white is a fool proof combination. Tweet this. The statement necklace adds some interest.
Styling the outerwear
For the commute in the still chilly morning and evening hours, I added my pink leather jacket with an oblong floral scarf for some interest. The scarf picks up the white, red and pink of the outfit. Leather-on-leather is full on trend. When wearing this trend, it is important to style it in a way that it does not look like you are disguising as a motorcycle chick. The look shown here works because of the unexpected colors of white and pink leather. These colors give the look a feminine touch. The classic cut of a pencil skirt and tailored jacket steer clear out of rocker and biker territory and rather read casual posh.
Leather-on-leather styling tips
When wearing leather-on-leather, the easiest way is to stay away from all black, unless you add a skirt to the outfit. Using classic tailored feminine cuts is another important aspect to make this look work. When you do not dare to take on the leather-on-leather trend to its fullest, you can wear the trend by choosing one of the pieces in suede. So chic and easy because of the matte vs. glossy contrast.
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Photos: G. Kramm (2014)
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