LEATHER STORIES

You may have noticed by now that I am a huge fan of mixed leather materials: leather skirts, jackets, coats, shoes, pants. I believe i...


You may have noticed by now that I am a huge fan of mixed leather materials: leather skirts, jackets, coats, shoes, pants. I believe it always gives a nice twist to your outfit. I am a big animal lover and I wear pleather also, but there is something about real leather that I am intrigued by. It gives you that edgy and sort of rebellious attitude, no matter if you're male or female - it has the same effect.

I could not resist when I saw this coat by Zara. I remember passing by it on numerous accounts before I finally convinced myself to purchase it. I believe that is one bad habit that I develop, once I see something I really like and hoping for it to go on sale soon. Because I am a student, I can't afford a weekly or monthly shopping spree just because that wouldn't be realistic to me. I am still at that point where it takes me a lot of thinking when spending money, especially on clothes that are more on the pricier side. And surprisingly this often seems to happen when I see something that is made out of (mixed) leather. Same goes with my bomber jacket by MANGO which is a combo of smooth leather and suede. That seems to be where I spend most of my money: shoes & leather mix.

Contrary to popular belief though, I do not own one simple leather jacket. The one that you can throw on easily to give every outfit the last edgy finish. A simple black leather jacket, that almost every boy and girl has in his/her closet, exept me.







The reason why I like this coat so much is because the cut is quite simple. It's not too feminine, not too boxy which makes it the perfect item to style it with pretty much anything. I prefer wearing my coats and jackets this way because it gives the look a nice loosen touch. Plus, I don't feel cramped it when I wear bracelets and my arms are still hanging freely on the side.





My boots are actually from a tack shop where they are originally designed for horse riding. But since I don't do any horse riding sports (never did), they became my everyday boots.


Where do you spend most of your money for clothes and what is your fashion weekness?


ZARA Coat (similar here)
Houndstooth Shorts from Vietnam
PFIFF Boots


Pictures taken by Nga

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