Three Ways To Wear This Season’s Most Coveted Staple: The Leather Skirt

This season’s staple; the leather skirt, need not be a one-off flirt with temptation… Here I’ve styled it three different ways to cater for the chic and sophisticated girl-about-town who values a seasonal staple with loads of bang for its buck.

Work – in order to avoid looking cheap as opposed to chic, wearing leather in the office should always be well thought out. Opt for an a-line, knee skimming skirt as opposed to a pencil skirt (leave that one for cocktail events), then team it with a lovely bouclé 3/4 sleeve (or full length) jacket with dramatic shoulders.

Three Ways To Wear This Season's Most Coveted Staple: Leather Skirt
Betty Tran perforated a-line leather skirt, high shine Mango jacket, Michael Kors clutch, Christian Louboutin pointed pumps & black cat-eye shades.

 

Casual weekends – for a chic and casual weekender, team your a-line leather skirt with a neutral laser cut blouse, mixed metal jewellery/sunglasses, then pair it back with cut-out statement shoes for added style.

Three Ways To Wear This Season's Most Coveted Staple: Leather Skirt
Betty Tran perforated a-line leather skirt, laser cut Zara blouse, Michael Kors clutch, Robert Robert cut-out beige and silver statement heels & Leona Edmiston shades.

 

Evening out – turn heads and look and feel like a dream by teaming your a-line leather skirt with a feather bolero and patent heels…zsush it up with a black leather peplum belt and open the bolero and season with a statement necklace to boot!

Three Ways To Wear This Season's Most Coveted Staple: Leather Skirt
Betty Tran perforated a-line leather skirt, Topshop feather bolero, Bardot clutch & Bally patent heels.

 

Vicky Sofield

Vicky began her career writing fashion, lifestyle and music related articles for a diverse range of print and digital media outlets. Shortly thereafter – upon discovering that a vast majority of the fashion industry were being out-shadowed by the commercial conglomerates of the world – Vicky (who equally grew tired of having no creative freedom herself) set out to create her own digital publishing platform that focused on promoting the incredible talents of all creatives within the fashion industry. Which is how The Fashion Catalyst began in 2009.

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