The Leather Staples Everyone Will Envy

This season, we continue to be tempted by incarnations of leather – from sumptuous separates to wear-anywhere dresses – drawing inspiration from nineties sci-fi and eighties glamour. Classic black tones will suit chic minimalists, whilst those looking for a subtle take on the trend can dip into soft neutral hues – we’re especially in love with our puffer jacket and trouser co-ord for transitional dressing. Whether you’re seeking statement occasion style or the coolest workwear staples, here’s our edit of key outfits for the season.

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Whilst some may find it questionable to wear leather to work, what really counts is assessing your workplace environment. If your office leans towards the more  conservative side, look to substitute classic staples with leather iterations, for example, our Lyra tie-waist blazer. Its structured silhouette exudes confidence and is perfect for layering over a tailored  shirt and trouser combination. For more liberal workplaces, a leather dress can be easily embraced – even envied – and our Puff Sleeve Leather Dress comes in a rich burgundy shade that oozes sophistication without looking overdone. Style it with touches of gold jewellery and flat or heeled ankle boots that will ground the look.


Jewel tones are synonymous with after-dark elegance, and you can be sure that our Leather Pintuck Dress, with its electrifying blue hue, will make a bold statement. Crafted from soft, buttery leather, it’s fashioned in a wearable shirt-dress silhouette with a tie belt to accentuate the waist. Style it with heels and icy, silver jewellery to complement the look and slick your hair back for added polish.


We all know the modern, relaxed  appeal of a leather biker jacket – especially when styled over a T-shirt and jeans – so try something a little different and swap it for a leather overshirt this season.  Our Clean Bonded style comes in a minimalist black hue and oversized, boxy silhouette that epitomises cool dressing. Looking for a warmer tone? The Cady Leather Pocket Overshirt also stands out for its sumptuous toffee shade, ultra relaxed fit and 90’s-inspired design.


Streetwear aesthetics are still at the forefront of our  minds, not only for their modish qualities, but also for the comfort, warmth  and practicality they offer in colder climes. This season, we introduced leather puffer jackets, such as the beige-toned Finn, fashioned with a cropped fit and 70’s-style shoulder detail; and the Leather Puffer Quilted Gilet which comes in a fail-safe shade of black. For an impactful coordinated look, both come with matching leather bottoms, but will equally look as good with other joggers and jeans.


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