I always know that a clothing item really tugs at my heartstrings when I can't stop thinking of new ways I'd incorporate it into my existing wardrobe (same thing happened a few months ago with a dress that inspired this post, and I still wear that dress way more than I probably should!). When I found myself doing just that with this pleather skirt, I decided to pull the trigger on it and provide you all with proof that brightly colored leather does not always have to be hideous.
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Confession: I own this shirt, and plan to wear it with my skirt ASAP. Mostly because it's insanely comfortable, but also because I have lots of home state pride.
Confession #2: I think that Chucks make any old outfit 10x cuter.
Confession #3: I want to bring backpacks back as a socially acceptable form of carrying your junk.
Confession #4: I put these bracelets on my Etsy wishlist...
Green Leather Goes a'Brunching:
Ok I personally never really get dressed up for brunch with friends, mostly because I only ever go to brunch with friends when we are all too hungover to make food ourselves. But if I ever become a less trashy version of myself, this is what I'll want to wear. I'm in love with those bow wedges!
Green Leather Goes to Class:
I am not, nor have I ever been, a preppy person. And yes, I realize it's incredibly cliche and stereotypic to include 3 Kate Spade items in a 'preppy' outfit. But look how 'country club' green leather can be!
EDIT 2-27-13: My skirt arrived and I loooooove it. I actually wore it out to the bars/dancing with friends the day after I got it. I have a 27-inch waist and the size medium fit well, FYI. And I ended up wearing a very similar outfit to the one with the striped shirt! So cute :)
For a few other cute ways to style this skirt, see this post by Bethany of B Soup!
Looooove the heels! Those poms are so cute :)
Green plays nicely with grey!
For more photos and outfit sources for the three above photos, please check out Bethany's cute blog!
For your own little slice of pleather heaven, visit LuLu's--the skirt can be found here.
So have I convinced you that green leather can actually become a closet staple??!