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Cool leather pants make an unexpected work look

fashionover50 Mature women in winter office outfit
Light blue Halogen leather pants with winter white cashmere sweater, Kieselstein Cord belt and belt buckle, Steve Madden Mary Janes, GNW socks, and silk scarf (all own) for a classic office winter look
fashionover40 Mature women in winter office look with leather pants
Winter white cashmere sweater with light blue leather pants, polka dot socks, Mary Janes, silk scarf and belt
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Zoom-in on the scarf and necklace that features a cat
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Zoom-in on the Tissot stone watch, bangle (gift from my late mother), Kieselstein Cord belt and buckle (all own)

Styling leather dress pants for work

Today I am going classic with pants, scarf, necklace and cashmere sweater. Well, semi-classic, as I have to admit that these wonderful pants are leather pants. To be honest, like most of my pants. I styled the work outfit around the blue, black and white color shades to achieve a professional look despite wearing leather dress pants.

Leather is one of my favorites for clothing items

Ever since my childhood I have a knack for leather pants. Honestly, I have nearly everything in leather that one can wear like a black leather look, glam casual silver leather pants,  fit-and-flare leather dress, a black leather suit, as well as gold leather shorts, and a maxi leather skirt.

styleover50 Mature woman wearing a winter look
Outerwear of a shearling coat belted with a Salvadore Ferragamo belt for shape, structured day bag with cobalt blue,  classic square silk scarf, blue leather gloves, Steve Madden Mary Janes, blue Kangaroo cap, GNW light blue polka dot socks (all own)

Does your office dress code allow to wear leather at work? If so, do you wear leather at work? What kind of leather items do you wear and how do you style them? Let me know, I am curious.

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Photos: G. Kramm

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