Tuesday, 4 February 2014


 unbuttoned gives the very harsh leather skirt a very relaxed look...
  while the buttoned up look gives the whole combo a ladylike flair....
 take a better look at the details...
                                                            Camden Market London
Check out my “hand-me-down” skirt from Wilma Flintstone….yes it is the long lost leather skirt. A material that once was used to decorate our caves, a skirt that had its heyday in the 80ies and lost almost all of its magic during the 90ies has now come back with a vengeance.

Whether you want to be stylish, sophisticated or just plain sexy the leather skirt will never fail to get you noticed. Being extremely adaptable, this fashion item can be worn with anything, in any season and to fit any occasion. Pair it with a chunky knit to keep it casual for a long day of lectures, style it with a tucked-in blouse for a lady-like look for the office or vamp it up with a 90ies crop top on a night out. While back in the days of James HUNTER and Prudence GATHERER leather was used as a simple piece of clothing in order to keep us warm, today it fills our little “shopaholic hearts” with delight when it leaves behind the shell of simplicity only to take on a variety of shapes and shades from elegant pencil in red, through tan midi and mini to black or even green fun skater-style.

So when the day comes where a fashion statement needs to be made, do not shy away from the leather skirt which oozes with so much femininity and strength it will make you feel plain Rock & Roll.

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