Before you decide leather leggings won’t work for you, hang on. I say rethink how you style them and watch how fun they can be!
“You might think that cute leather leggings outfit is best saved for a night out on the town, but with some thoughtful styling leather pants can actually work pretty much anywhere”Source: Stylecaster
I consider leather leggings to be like a tulle skirt: you didn’t know you needed it in your life until you start to wear one. This item will amp up your look. Here are a few ways to wear these bottoms.
Pair the Leggings with a Basic Top
Pair your leggings with a basic top, like a henley. I think that a fitted top can work for Curves given the right fit. Wearing a basic top brings down the edginess of these bottoms. Also, it lets folks know that you aren’t headed to the club!
Leather and Some Layers
Add some layers to your leggings If you’re wanting more coverage. I wore a thin sweater, a knit blazer, and a scarf. The contrast textures not only look good but keep you warm.
Throw on a Chunky Sweater
A chunky sweater can balance out the fitted silhouette of these bottoms. I’ve had the same pair of faux leather leggings for awhile now. I pull mine out every winter and wear them at least a few times. For instance, I wore it go to a flea market in Pasadena last year.
Additionally, you can pair your faux leather leggings with a cozy cardigan. That’s what I did when I first started blogging in 2016 here .
The Feeling Factor
The Intersection Between Style & Psychology
Edgy and unapologetic. Wearing a pair of faux leather leggings says “I’m here and I’m sure you noticed!” without worrying about opinions. The same energy that wearing bold prints and vivid colors exude. Therefore, wear if you are in that mood OR if you want to get a little boost of edginess.
Dime En Español
Antes de decidir que los pantalones de cuero no funcionarán para usted, espere. ¡Digo que reconsideren cómo los diseñan y observen lo divertidos que pueden ser!
Because getting dressed (and living life) should feel good! -Vivian
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