Leather Accents

4 Nov

Fall’s all about sophisticated staples in luxe leather. What the cardigan represented in 2010, the little leather jacket represents in 2011. A leather jacket can be worn so many different ways. You can layer up a leather jacket, you can put a coat over it or you can wear it with an oversized scarf. Leather is also incorporated in small dozes this fall accenting every piece. We are seeing leather shawl collars and leather trim. A combination of fabric and leather is seen in dresses and skinny pants. Another popular item this season are leather shorts. They’re perfect for a fall transition and look equally as good with bare legs or tights. Let’s not forget about leather jewelry. The leather cuffs are even seen on the red carpet. Be fashionable this fall and don’t only rely on your shoes, bags and belts for that leather staple.

Below Hayden Panettiere is seen in a leather Bomber jacket from Express. Rachel Bilson is wearing Chanel leather shorts. Kim Kardashian looks sexy in a LAMB leather mix dress. Emma Watson wears a similar bracelet to a Juicy Couture riveted leather cuff.

The Stylish Girl

One Response to “Leather Accents”

  1. Stephanie December 3, 2011 at 10:46 pm #

    My favorite Christmas song of all time is: (singing) “All i want for Christmas is my two front teeth” Two Christmas’ ago My niece Asia had one front tooth missing already and while rough housing with the other children….She lost her other tooth in front.I couldn’t help myself,I sang her that song all day She smiled and it warmed my heart to see her smile through all those tears.

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