Early Spring Leather Outfit

trench-and-leather-pants

Anticipating all the daffodils and tulips in this early spring leather outfit.

These faux leather pants from Nordstrom continue to be one the best purchases of the last year.

To get as much wear out of them as I can before it gets too warm here in a few months, I’ve been finding lots of inspiration for spring leather outfits on Pinterest (and all your lovely blogs!)

It’s still a little bit cool in this area to be going without jacket or sturdy shoes, but for late spring and cherry blossom season, I’m thinking of pairing these black faux leather pants with something pink on top and strappy heeled sandals.

Are you wearing any black leather or faux leather these days? How do you transition it to springtime?  

Jacket: Calvin Klein, Pants: Blank NYC from Nordstrom, Booties: DSW, Striped shirt: Ann Taylor, Cowl neck sweater: Express, sunglasses: Fossil

spring-trenchaviators-and-trench-coatleather-pants

24 thoughts on “Early Spring Leather Outfit

  1. Oh I am going to miss the cherry blossoms since I don’t live there anymore.:( Anyway, love your outift! I love faux leather and leather. I’ve got a faux leather jacket I love to wear when it’s not so cold that I need a coat, and I have a black leather skirt I transition in spring and summer by not wearing tights underneath and wearing sandals or pointed flats.

    ~Krisztina
    http://www.krisztinawilliams.com

    Like

  2. Glad to read that you are happy with the faux leather pants. They look great on you! I wear faux leather leggings – all year around and I recently stocked up on new ones when I was visiting LA. I usually get them from American Apparel 🙂

    Luxessed

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s