Thank goodness the temperatures have finally started dropping in Texas! I’ve actually had to throw on a light jacket in the mornings. Of course, by the afternoon I can pretty much wear shorts but it still means I can get my boots out! As soon as the temperatures drop even a bit I start trying to take advantage of my fall wardrobe since I probably won’t get to wear it very long. And part of my fall wardrobe definitely consists of a pair of leather leggings. It’s not easy wearing leather in Texas so I thought it might be helpful to do a “How To Wear Leather Leggings in the Fall” post to inspire you with fantastic pieces from StyleWe!
1. Do Go Light on Top.
I’m not gonna lie – leather leggings can be warm. Truthfully, they really aren’t THAT bad but they’d be tough to wear in the summer. When the fall temperatures aren’t particularly “cold” be sure and go lighter on top so you don’t melt. I paired my leather leggings with a light, silk top that easily allowed the breeze to go through so I wouldn’t get too hot. StyleWe has a great selection of tops that you’ll love!
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1. Do Go Long.
I’ve got some “mama hips” as I like to call them. If you have these lovely “leftovers” as well you might be sensitive like me about your hips. When I’m wearing a more fitted pant like leather leggings I like to go long with my blouses to hide them and lengthen my torso.
3. Don’t Go Tight.
I don’t recommend going too tight with your blouse when wearing leather unless you add a blazer. Wearing tight bottoms and top can go a less sophisticated direction you don’t want to go.
4. Do Dress Them Up OR Down
The great thing about leather pants is you can totally dress them up or down. I wore a pair of high heel booties but you can also wear ballet flats, flat boots or even sneakers!
Definitely be sure and add a pair of leather leggings to your closet this fall! I promise you’ll get tons of wear out of them! To shop more looks from StyleWe click here.
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