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How to wear all-weather leather

l-r: Jeanette Friis Madsen, Chloé Lecareux, Blanca Miró, Tamu McPherson, Linda Tol

Whether you’re enlivening it with florals for spring or opting for a fall-ready head-to-toe look, luxe leather is the latest ultra-versatile trend on our radar. Here’s how to wear it all year round


In recent seasons, leather has become the material of the moment. The fact that it dominated the spring/summer and fall/winter ’20 shows is a runway-approved indication that this trend is here to stay – and, unlike some, it isn’t weather- or destination-dependent. You only have to take one look at cult brand Bottega Veneta’s covetable new collection – where leather was styled head to toe and also took the form of intricately woven handbags and quilted mules – to appreciate that this of-the-moment trend is worth tapping into.

For ardent fashion fans, our advice is simple: go all in. Replicate the all-leather look, which was also spotted at Givenchy and Loewe for SS20, by opting for statement coats, chic co-ords and statement dresses with distinctive silhouettes – the kind of ‘one-and-done’ pieces that make for maximum impact with minimal styling. Finish with white sneakers for a casual feel, or elevate your look with slouchy boots or slingback heels. In colder climates, opt for structured pants tucked into suede boots with a relaxed fit. To fully commit, layer a leather trench coat over the top in a complementary colorway.

Not quite ready for head-to-toe leather? Take inspiration from stylist and street-style star Linda Tol and model Chloé Lecareux by pairing leather separates with elevated basics, such as a crisp white shirt or straight-leg jeans. To master this trend for spring, switch pants for shorts (à la Tamu McPherson) and pair with a plain T-shirt. Barely-there sandals by The Row will complete this effortless ensemble.

Endlessly versatile, leather shirts in earthy colors are a great way to update both your off-duty and working wardrobes. Wear them unbuttoned over a T-shirt or with a silk slip skirt in spring, and swap in a turtleneck and tailored wool pants come fall. To make your 9-5 look transition seamlessly from desk to dinner, simply add chunky gold jewelry.




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