Denim & Leather are Better Together!


Leather is one of those things I firmly believe everyone should have in their closet. Whether it is a jacket, a skirt, or a pair of pants, leather is always in style. These pants I am wearing are actually faux leather so they are a fraction of the cost of the real deal.  I have gotten more compliments on these pants than any other pants I own.  They work, as pictured above, for a casual day of running errands or for a fun night out on the town with a great pair of heels. I have yet to find an occasion for which they do not work!


Another great staple piece that has never gone out of style is a denim jacket. You can wear it with anything (other than matching denim pants!) and it is light enough to wear as a part of your outfit – not just as outerwear.  I basically consider this jacket a blazer and I wear it to work all the time.


While the jacket and pants are both great individual wardrobe staples, I love love love them together. It’s a fun twist on the classic “t-shirt and jeans” look.  Both the pants and the jacket work as a neutral, so you can still add a fun pop of color or a pattern to your look. My white top could easily be switched out for a bright red blouse or a graphic tee and the outfit would be just as cute. Leather and denim is always a classic and it works for everyone, no matter what you style may be. If leather pants are too far outside of your comfort zone, then pair a great leather jacket with your favorite jeans and you’ll look just as fabulous!


Faux Leather Pants (Blank NYC) White Top (Madewell) Denim Jacket (JCrew) Gold Choker (Madewell) Gold Drop Necklace (JCrew – mine is sold out but I a linked a similar one) Wool Hat (mine was from Nordstroms and is sold out so I linked a similar one) Leopard Loafers (Tod’s) Sunglasses (Tory Burch)

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