Friday, January 31, 2014

Vintage Leather Clothes

 Vintage clothing, made ​​of leather, adapt perfectly into contemporary fashion. Skirt, dress, pants, jacket - whatever leather garment to wear, you will receive an attractive look.

Leather pants
To achieve the retro look of the 50s, choose narrow pants. You can combine them with cool tunic or long sweater. Ladies can wear leather pants with high shoes and cotton blouse. For an interesting accent, add a Vintage scarf. See 25 Ways to Wear Your Leather Pants and Retro Pants

The 1960s French pop singer Françoise Hardy is the original street style icon. Often combining Brenton stripes with leather pants, or a motorcycle jacket with a lace blouse, she epitomized boho style before it was even a thing.

               Cheryl Ladd - leather pants, 1970s

1970s NYC

Leather jacket
It always remains modern and can be combined well with different clothes. If you want retro rock vision, wear leather jacket and pants. Belt, with a big metal buckle and eyelets will accentuate on your rock style. The ladies can wear it, as a sheer dress, as well with jeans.

August Vogue 1956 Wearing a golden-brown leather jacket with a velvet collar with brown wool flannel driving pants, by Evan-Piccone.

Leather skirt
For stylish Vintage look, choose a classic straight cut. You can experiment with different than black color. You can not go wrong, if combine this skirt with a blouse or shirt of sheer fabric. Add beautiful antique bracelets and large leather bag. Read more: Retro Skirts  and 50 Ways to Wear Your Maxi Skirt


Leather dress
If you choose a plain leather dress, can put a retro accent, with ethereal colored scarf. For more stylish vision add leather gloves.

Leather corset
It will give you a challenging look. You can combine it with vintage jeans, trousers or skirt. It will look more elegant, wearing with a sheer shirt or vest top.

   The leather clothes are outlived the bounds of time and have become in mandatory fashion item.

1 comment:

  1. Love, love, love this post. I am a leather junkie and an admirer of vintage fashions as a result of my love affair with vintage hats. Thanks for an interesting post.